How do I clean my new piano? Piano cleaning tips from The Piano Gallery

So you’ve just invested a lot of money purchasing your new piano. It’s black, and you can see your reflection in the gleaming high gloss cabinet.. That is until the little ones come along.

No matter how hard you try, you will struggle to stop those little finger marks from appearing. So how do you clean the piano?

There are many products available, some specifically for high gloss pianos, but truthfully, a non- wax Mr Sheen or Pedge will do the trick just as well. It is always best to spray onto a white rag, and then buff the piano. If sprayed directly onto the piano it can leave smear marks.

For daily dusting, a micro fibre cloth is great, picking up the dust rather than moving it around.

Happy cleaning.. And piano playing of course.

For more helpful hints, keep following The Piano Gallery blog

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Used German Bluthner Baby Grand For Sale

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1985 Bluthner model 10 Grand piano for Sale

This is a stunning example of a 1985 Bluthner model 10 baby grand in walnut satin.  The piano was purchased by it’s previous owner approximately 10 years ago and has lived in a private home all it’s life.  The piano has been looked after, and maintained regulary.  This is evident from the immaculate casework and the overall condition of the piano.

If you’re looking for a modern, quality grand piano, then look no further. New Bluthner pianos have a high price tag, making this piano exceptionally good value for money.

Asking Price: £12,995

All of our prices include nationwide ground floor delivery, first tuning in situ, matching piano stool and minimum 1 year guarantee
View, play and compare this wonderful instrument alongside 10 to 20 similar German pianos and over 100 other quality uprights and grands, on site.
We promise absolutely no high pressure sales, just honest advice, a wide range of pianos to suit all budgets, and a cup of tea in a relaxed and pleasant environment.

Call us on 01367 244554

Email sales@thepianogallery.co.uk

or visit our main website at www.thepianogallery.co.uk 

Small Used Eavestaff Upright Piano For Sale

eavestaff modern piano for saleSmall modern British built Eavestaff upright piano for sale at The Piano Gallery.  This is a lovely example of a British piano from the 1980’s.  For the size, this is a very powerful piano, and has a great tone quality and dynamic range.  Also, if you’re not keen on the more common black shiny finish, this piano has a natural mahogany satin cabinet.  If you’d like to see more photos, or talk about the piano, please call us on 01367 244554 or email sales@thepianogallery.co.uk.

Remember, we offer FREE ground floor delivery to London!

Small Second Hand Yamaha M108 Upright Piano For Sale Available Now!

This is a fine example of a 1980′s Yamaha M108 finished in satin mahogany.  It has been looked after very well all it’s life and is a lovely little piano.

You’d never believe that this piano was only 108cm tall, as the tone quality and dynamic range is vast given it’s size.

Please call us if you have any questions, or if you have a part exchange that you’d like valued.

tel. 01367 244554

email: sales@thepianogallery.co.uk

web: www.thepianogallery.co.uk

Rosewood Bechstein ‘Model A’ New In Stock Today

Are you looking to buy a new piano?  We are pleased to offer this 1907 Bechstein Model A grand piano for sale at The Piano Gallery.  View this economically priced Bechstein model A grand alongside 5 to 10 other German grand pianos, in our Oxfordshire showrooms.

Bechstein Pianos For Sale – Our Bechstein Piano Sale Is Now On!

Bechstein Pianos For Sale Oxfordshire

We currently have over 10 Bechstein upright and grand pianos for sale in our Oxfordshire showroom.  Play and compare them against Bluthner, Steinway, and other German pianos.  Our Bechstein event is now on! See our Sale Page www.bechsteinpianosforsale.co.uk

Bluthner Grands Galore!

This week we have had three Bluthner Grands arrive in stock.  The piano featured is a model 7 Bluthner Grand dating back to 1904.  Measuring 6’3″, the piano has a beautiful rich, mellow tone typical to Bluthner grands.  The model 7’s were only produced in Rosewood and ebony, and this particular Bluthner model 7 has been recently french polished to a high standard.  A real beauty.