Really nice smell after service!

Discussion in 'Clarinets' started by Greg, Oct 30, 2016.

  1. Greg

    Greg

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    Hello to everyone!

    Recently i came across with a very old Henry Gunckel Bb albert system clarinet which i bought it from a collector-tech here in Greece. I noticed that the clarinet has a really nice and sweet smell. The clarinet was recently serviced probably. When i do service to a clarinet, after cleaning, i use almond oil for oiling the bore and the outside of the clarinet, but it doesn't give this nice smell.
    Do anyone now from what material this nice smell comes from? Any thoughts?
     
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  2. MrDibbs

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    I've heard of people using orange oil and lemon oil on clarinets. Could that be it?
     
  3. Greg

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    I will try it and i will post back!

    Thanks for the info!
     

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