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I get my guitars set-up yearly from my trusty local luthier, but they take a beating from 100+ gigs a year and the fretboards tend to get gunked up between set-ups. I wipe my strings after every gig, but apparently that's not enough to keep the crud from forming. Does anyone have experience cleaning their own fretboard on a GJ guitar? I saw a thing online that recommended Grade 0000 Steel Wool, F-One Oil & going with the grain of the fretboard, but I dont want to mess it up. Also, it looks like I'll have to take all the strings off at once, which I never do. I change my strings on each guitar once a month, but I always take them off one at a time. Should I mark the bridge position before I cut the strings? Any suggestions will be appreciated.