It is equally essential, though, to scrub the closing tone holes. Unfortunately they aren't as easy to clean because the keys which cover them must be bumped off. If this is anything else you are not comfortable with, I offer a Cleaning, Oiling, and Polishing issuer. At the very least, detoxing the open
tone holes your self is a need. Polishing the KeysIn most cases, sprucing the keys has little affect on the playability of a clarinet, and doing so will just keep it searching nice. However, if retaining the look of your clarinet is vital, then it is a good suggestion to wipe down the keys with a polishing cloth after each session. People with more acidic perspiration should particularly try this as a result of extensively higher risk of tarnish. For clarinets with silver
plated keys, this could maintain the shine for much longer, but for clarinets with nickel or nickel silver keys, wiping them down can in reality stay away from the acidity to your hands from dissolving the metal. Beginners – I put them on the low F and occasional E keys – home place – once the tool is assembled. I tell the children to always keep their pinkies on the dots. It makes for quick reminders “Touch the dots!” and provides them a visible of the rest to the touch.