Steve Clayton Blog

Shine On…

Sometimes we get so caught up in featuring our different guitar pick and custom pick items, we forget to showcase our other guitar accessories! For example we offer two types of guitar polish; Pro Lemon Oil Polish and Pro Shine guitar polish. You may be wondering what the difference is between these two items and what would work best for you. Here is some further info:

Pro Lemon is an oil-based shine. It can be used to polish your guitar or piano, even your furniture, and condition your fret board.

The Pro Shine guitar polish is special, as it will not lead to any wax build-up from continual usage.

Both are non-toxic. Be sure to shake guitar polish before applying. Both products offer the same high quality finish for your guitar; it is just a matter of personal preference for which one is chosen.

To order your Pro Lemon or Pro Shine polish, visit http://www.steveclayton.com/polish.php today! Both items are available for only $4.98 per bottle!

 

Pro Lemon vs. Pro Shine

We get asked often what the difference between our Pro Lemon polish and Pro Shine is. Along with this question we are usually asked if they are non-toxic. The answer to that is yes, they both are non-toxic :-). The Pro Lemon is an oil-based shine. It can be used to polish your guitar or piano, even your furniture, and condition your fret board. The Pro Shine guitar polish is special, as it will not lead to any wax build-up from continual usage.  We suggest that you shake the guitar polish before applying. Both products offer the same high quality finish for your guitar; it is just a matter of personal preference for which one is chosen. Seeking a protective wax finish? Then try out our Carnauba wax as this product would be best for that :-).

Cody Jones

Cody Jones is one of our new endorsees and has been using our delrin guitar picks,slides and polish for 7 years now. Cody is a artist, songwriter and producer. He was born in Colorado Springs, Colorado. He was adopted at a young age by a family from Texas. At 13 he had begun performing and touring with local and regional bands in Texas. By high school he had made a name for himself as a guitarist and performer in West Texas. He began playing for the Texas club circuit at the age of 16, toured the entire U.S. by the age of 20 and is still gaining attention from music fans across the country. Cody released his first CD Dying Incomplete in 2000 with his band Voodoo Poet, and signed his first independent record deal. He also signed a publishing deal as a nationally recognized songwriter for ASCAP in April 2000. In 2005 he started pursuing his solo career. In 2008 he was nominated for best in Texas singer/songwriter at the Austin Music Awards. He released his EP “Music is Blood” digitally on iTunes in October 2009 on Power Ballad Records. For more on Cody and to listen to his music visit www.codyjones.net