Re: [HARP-L] Cleaning Harps

EVERCLEAR works great.  You can get it at your local liquor store.

Greg Heumann <greg@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

I occasionally use denture cleaner. I learned this here on HARP-L. 
Put all my harps in a shallow pan of warm water, drop in a bunch of 
blue fizzy tablets and let it bubble. I was impressed with the amount 
of, shall I say, "gunk" that got dislodged. You don't even have to 
disassemble the harps. Just tsake 'em out, rinse them, shake/blow 
dry. The combination of this and an ultrasonic cleaner would be 
tremendous, I think.

> I picked up an ultrasonic cleaner on eBay (brand new for short 
> money) and I
> use water (per instructions) and a little bit of mouthwash (for 
> that minty
> fresh taste) and I'm very happy with the results. I can't believe 
> some of the
> gunk that ends up in the cleaning pan.
> It's good for cleaning eye glasses, jewelry, false teeth, etc., too!!
> In a message dated 4/26/2007 3:54:41 P.M. Eastern Daylight Time,
> mark@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx writes:
> Just wanted to know what everyone is using to clean out the combs.
> Some one said to use Windex, someone else said to use
> rubbing alcohol and a cotton swab. How about it?
> Harpo Mark
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