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Keeping your piano clean is an important part of maintaining it in good condition. When it is regularly cleaned, your piano will play at its best. When it hasn’t been cleaned, dust can enter the soundboard and damage the piano’s internal components. Unfortunately, moving causes a lot of dust. During this transition, your piano is at its most vulnerable. Read and remember the following tips to prevent your piano from getting too dirty during your move. Read More
Moving a piano across the country is a stressful, overwhelming ordeal. Oftentimes, a piano makes up a big piece of your heart, and the last thing you want is for it to be damaged along your cross-country trek. Because of this, there are a lot of details and planning to go over prior to the move to ensure your piano has a seamless transition. Here are 5 tips to make the move that much easier. Read More
One of the most important steps in caring for your piano is ensuring that the temperature and humidity levels around it remain balanced. For your instrument to continue playing well and looking grand, it is crucial to protect it from the negative impacts of humidity. Humidity levels that are too high or too low or those that keep fluctuating, can cause a lot of damage to your piano. Read More
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