Robert Estrin - piano expert

Dealing with a Bad Smelling Piano

What to do if your piano smells bad?

In this video, Robert tells you what to do if you have a "smelly piano". That can actually happen!

Released on April 16, 2014

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Fulvia Bowerman * VSM MEMBER * on April 22, 2014 @5:11 pm PST
On a slightly different subject, how and what product should I use to keep that very high gloss of the exterior? I have a black Yamaha upright, there is the occasional cat paw print ...
Robert - host, on April 23, 2014 @1:47 pm PST
Most of the Asian high gloss finishes are made of polyester. There is a product called Cory's Polish made for this finish. Since it is a sealed finish, you can clean it with glass cleaner and a soft cotton cloth. Do not use paper towel since this can scratch the finish.
Pete * VSM MEMBER * on April 16, 2014 @10:20 am PST
Children's toys .. no idea how they got in there ..
Fabrizio Ferrari - moderator and CEO, on April 16, 2014 @10:46 am PST
Yes, I know what you are talking about! When I was a student in the Conservatory of Milan (Italy), we used to find any kind of objects as well as food inside the pianos (!!!), and they were Steinway!! One day a hammer wasn't working properly... a sandwich was stuck right there!
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