Posted by Amasha on May 21, 1999 at 10:15:06:
I recently bought a pretty new German cello that not only sounds wonderful, but it very beautiful. One of the things I love about it is how beautiful it is, although I know the important thing is how it sounds. One problem with it is that it is rather dark and shiny, and it shows rosin dust and fingerprints very boldly. I know for the rosin I just have to wipe it off after I play, but what can I do about the fingerprints? Of course I always wash my hands before handling my cello, so it's not a matter of real dirt or food grease, but it makes me a little sad to see my fingerprints on it. Any suggestions?
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