Help!! How do I clean the Gloss Black finish on my new subwoofer??

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  1. Nick V

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    I have recently purchased a Mirage BPS-400 and it has a beautiful gloss black finish. There are some fingerprints on it, and I want to clean it, but first I need to know what to clean it with. Please HELP!!!!
     
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    I have the gloss piano black PSB's and use either a dry cotton cloth (old tee-shirt) or non-ammoniated window cleaner if needed.
     
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    Try some non abrasive car wax or polish. I use wax (carnuba) on the tops of my Boston 975's. You can also use a wonderful product caled Martin Guitar polish. It works great with a soft cloth. Shines 'em up very nice. Safe for lacquered finishes. I use it on my drums as well.
     
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    I have the Pioneer Elite VSX-49tx and DV-38a both have their beautiful black urushi finish I go crazy when i see finger print on them I just use a towel or shirt no need for liquids, or wax and defintely don't use spit (no I didn't spit on my receiver I'd kill anyone that would though) I tried that once I guess since it wasn't my mom's saliva it didn't work since that stuff is supposed to be a killer cleaner, my spit just made it worse. Anyways, i soft cloth will work just fine.

    Daniel Smith
     

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