Cleaning cymbals

pccoder

Member
With my very expensive Roland gear that I just got I'm facing the same "issues" as my Alesis kit. It doesn't really qualify as an issue, but I don't know how else to categorize it. The immediate wear/tear is a bummer, but in reality it's not much more than lightening of the rubber from contact. What does everyone use to keep their cymbals looking nice and black?
 

electrodrummer

Senior Member
Damp cloth then Aerospace 303
 

Doraemon

Active Member
As they said (303). I usually use a microfiber cloth to spread it (don't want to spray it everywhere) and a dry one to wipe it off. You can probably wipe it with anything else that doesn't leave residue. I use some on rubber rims, too. It makes them look brand new for a few days.
 

pccoder

Member
Thanks. The 303 worked like a charm. They look brand new again. I'd never thought to clean the tips of my sticks before. They're wood, am I expected to break out the furniture polish? :oops:
 
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