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I always use the Dunlop lemon oil, do you rather this stuff?
 

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That stuff is the best conditioner I've ever used. A lot less greasy than lemon oil, too. :yesway:
 

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That stuff is the best conditioner I've ever used. A lot less greasy than lemon oil, too. :yesway:
I can vouch for this type of mineral oil, it's a bit thinner and therefore soaks deeper into the wood. This brand though, is just repackaged Planet Waves Hydrate, which I've been using for a number of years now on all setups/maintenance, and is a bit cheaper too. Exact same stuff :yesway:

http://amzn.com/B001F4X1WY
 

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The dunlop stuff is greasy shit, I'm going to try the honey.
 

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I dont know what i use, gonna have to double check
 

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I'm gonna try this, I've got four or five others in my box that I've tried and didn't like due to how long it stayed oily for. :yesway:
 

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I tried this stuff on my last couple setups and it worked great :yesway: Although real men hydrate their fretboards with the waste oil bin at Jiffy Lube.
 

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I second Guitar honey for the rosewood/ebony boards but Fret Doctor is the best I've found for maple fret boards
 
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