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Some key cleaning suggestions found on the internet:

Mayonnaise

Vinegar

Milk

Baking soda

Toothpaste

Rubbing alcohol (absolutely never!)

Ivory soap

Erasers

Hydrogen peroxide

 

Although some of the above methods might be safe, the safest choice is to use a product designed for cleaning piano keys. Cory Key-Brite is designed for ivory and synthetic piano keys. Other methods may work.  But if  these methods cause harm, the piano owner is left on his own.  Cory is a well-respected company that manufactures and backs their key cleaning product.

Cory Key-Brite is often available at your local music store.  You can also purchase directly fromCory.  If you still cannot find Cory Key-   Brite, you are welcome to purchase it here in the mtp  online store.


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