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Travis Tuning Pin and Coil Cleaner

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Price: $43.12
SKU #:111

The steel coil cleaner cylinder can be used with a 1/4" electric or hand drill. Rust and dirt can be removed from tuning pins quickly by placing a small amount of metal polish on pin head, and with the rubber bushings inserted into the steel cylinder and over the tuning pin, work up and down to clean.

111 Kit includes:
* 24 Rubber Bushings
* Steel Cylinder
* 1.76 oz. Tube of Metal Polish (no longer jar- see below)

111 - Tuning Pin and Coil Cleaner Kit - $43.12 
111B - Extra Rubber Bushings - .32¢ each
111C - 1.76 oz. Tube of Cleaning Compound - $16.80

See photos of 111B and 111C in Additional Photos tab below.

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Top Notch Product 09/27/2023
By GC13
My Steinway B was exposed to high humidity in is past before owned it. There was rust on the pins and coils. The bass strings needed replacement and I had scheduled the job with my technician. I wanted to give the piano a good cleaning before replacing the bass strings so I ordered this kit. It did an AMAZING JOB! The before and after is dramatic. My tech was surprise at the change.
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Great kit 07/08/2019
By Beverly Lloyd
I used this on my 1869 rosewood Steinway that had lots of rust. I am not a piano technician and still this kit was very fast and easy to use. It took the rust right off and didn't affect the tuning at all.
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tuning pin polishing kit 04/12/2019
By Jean Holt
the products worked extremely well. The tuning pins look wonderful!
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Does the job 08/06/2023
By Thad Suits
This cleaner worked quickly and well. Two shortcomings I found with it were that the cleaning compound tended to get worked into the coils and did not come out easily, and the rubber bushings were too loose and would sometimes not spin as the drill turned. Still, it saved a lot of time and did a good job.