Paiste Cymbal Cleaner

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Restores brilliant looks and sound.

Mild Paiste cymbal cleaner effectively removes daily dirt and other marks of use while preserving the protective coating applied to your cymbals during manufacturing.


Bring back that sheen your cymbals used to have. Order today.

 
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PaisteCymbal Cleaner
 
4.7

(based on 6 reviews)

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4.0

Great Product

By Michael Tjandra

from Los Angeles, California

Comments about Paiste Cymbal Cleaner:

This product is clearly amazing. Really cheap price too. It removes all kinds of dirt, stick marks, etc. But be careful on the logo signs (Sabian, Paiste, etc) because it can get erased in one wipe. I reconmend not to clean around the logo part if its important than you. I used this too clean my Sabian cymbols and they work amazing, my cymbols look brand new. Follow with Paiste Cymbol Protector.

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4.0

Pretty good. Watch the paint!

By Dan-P-6NI

from Cedar Park, TX

Comments about Paiste Cymbal Cleaner:

I tried this cleaner on a set of Sabian B8s. It was for my church's set which probably hadn't been cleaned for 8+ years. It brought back the shine much better, but it took quite a bit of elbow grease to work out the years of fingerprints and stick marks. The only problem is it made it easy to rub the paint (B8 logo and writing) off. Be careful when using on the painted areas. I would recommend, but I have not tried others yet.

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(62 of 115 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

The only cleaner to use on Paistes...

By Brian Harrison

from Nebraska

Comments about Paiste Cymbal Cleaner:

Hands down thee best cleaner I have used in 17yrs (for Paistes). I have cleaned Sabians & Zildjians with Groove Juice as well as the Sabian and Zildjian Cleaners and they always seemed too harsh. The Paiste Cleaner cleans the cymbal but leaves the logos and the Paiste Protective Coating in tact.

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(18 of 41 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

good

By Travis Bunn

from Chandler, AZ

Comments about Paiste Cymbal Cleaner:

I bought this cymbal cleaner about a month ago and it is for the most part good. I use B8 pro hi-hats, crash, and ride and a Zildjian zbt crash and it cleaned them up great. I tried to use other cleaners before and they don't compare to this. Well worth the money.

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(62 of 106 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

It really works fine, but...

By Rodrigo Faustini

from Vit=ria - ES (Brazil)

Comments about Paiste Cymbal Cleaner:

This product really removes almost all kinds of dirties and drumstick marks, but fades the cymbal logos a little bit (or "scratch" or even remove them completely if rub it with a brush) and removes that yellowish brilliant finish of some cymbals (it's the price we have to pay). On the other hand, your cymbals really look like brand new ones.

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(17 of 41 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

The best for keeping cymbals new!

Comments about Paiste Cymbal Cleaner:

This stuff is really tough on stick marks and finger prints and is easy on the clear coatings of any newer cymbals, B8 or B20 bronze. It is also easy on most printed labels however, on my K Constantinople Medium it removed the *22" Medium* designation with one swipe. But I think water would have done the same thing. Anyhow it looks like a factory stock cymbal finish after using this cleaner followed by a good rinsing and wipe down. Try it if you like the look and sound of new cymbals. It may not be strong enough for really cruddy cymbals however.

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