Many people love pianos and they spend lots of money in buying new or used pianos. Once you have bought a piano, you will want to make sure that you are caring for it properly. Caring for your piano properly will not only ensure that it plays to its maximum potential, but will also ensure that the value is maintained and, in the case of a new piano, that your warranty is maintained.
Make sure you dust your piano regularly. Nothing will keep your piano looking nicer than the simple use of hand duster.
Keep the piano lid closed when not being used. This will prevent from dust getting inside the piano. Do not place your piano next to a window or where sun light might be able to enter. Sun light will lighten and damage the finish. Clean those dirty keys with a damp cloth and wipe off the keys quickly. Never apply any liquid directly onto the keys.
In case you are looking for restoring your vintage piano like used Steinway, you might like to visit LindebladPiano.com. Todd Lindeblad is a fourth generation piano restorer at the family company, Lindeblad Piano Restoration. They specialize in the restoration and sale of vintage pianos. You should see the before and after photos; you won’t believe the difference! They have a very nice inventory as well.
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