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Just curious - I normally use a polish cloth, but whenever you don't have one available what would be the best option to use?

Any advice would be greatly appreciated!
 

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What are you polishing? Laqured brass, silver, other?
Usually a clean soft cloth is all you need to remove fingerprints and dust.
Flannel, old T-Shirt, microfiber... take your pick. They all work.
 

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If you are polishing a lacquered surface a soft cloth sprayed with a light mist of Pledge Lemon Furniture Polish works great.

If you are polishing a silver plated surface the Hagerty's Jeweler's Cloth works very well.

If all the keys are off the sax you can use Hagerty's Spray for the body. You spray on a light mist which dries to a pink haze, and then you rag it with a soft cloth. You can polish the keys if the pads have been removed using the spray and a light hand buffing or a soft high speed buffing wheel.
 
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