Thank you for any suggestions.
- Colin Nicholson
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Great idea.Bob Pierce wrote:Ask your tuner to do this as part of your tuning/service.
Air, as Colin suggested, from a compressor got rid of the loose stuff and those little toothbrushes shifted much of the grime between the agraffes.
It was raining and the piano was not so easy to move but no one was looking and it was fun.vernon wrote:Try not to use your compressor in someone's front room
Actually, the instrument had been pretty well cleaned so there was precious little left for the air to shift.