How to Clean Piano Keys

This cleaning process is for plastic piano keys. (If you have a piano over 50-60 years old, you may have ivory keys. With ivory, you want to use a solution of mild dish liquid and warm water)

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How to Clean Piano Keys
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Just your basic bottle of vinegar.

Just your basic bottle of vinegar.

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Add a tablespoon to a bowl, and then 1/4 'ish cup of water to dilute.

Add a tablespoon to a bowl, and then 1/4 'ish cup of water to dilute.

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With daily use, and grandchildren banging on the keys.....

With daily use, and grandchildren banging on the keys.....

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well overdue for a clean.

well overdue for a clean.

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Use a white cloth (as you do not want any color dyes bleeding onto the keys) Dip in vinegar and clean each key one at a time, drying after each key.  You do not want water leaking down into the piano.

Use a white cloth (as you do not want any color dyes bleeding onto the keys) Dip in vinegar and clean each key one at a time, drying after each key. You do not want water leaking down into the piano.

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With this solution  it will not take much scrubbing, it will cut through the dirt easily.

With this solution it will not take much scrubbing, it will cut through the dirt easily.

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Yuck!

Yuck!

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Nice....

Nice....

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Good as new!

Good as new!

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