Instead, wipe excess grease off before applying more so that it does not get sticky. Use only the amount of cork
grease you will want for you to get a smooth, easy connection, and try this only when it turns into difficult to slip the tenons in combination. Disassembly should follow the opposite order. Be sure that your pupil keeps to hold the clarinet as during meeting, elevating the bridge key before twisting the joints apart. Whether taking part in a wood clarinet or a plastic model, it is better for health to disassemble the clarinet as soon as viable so that the corks aren't always pressed, which may cause loose, wobbly tenons and eventual leaks and stuffiness. Clean each joint fully with a cotton handkerchief or silk swab. The swab might be pulled at some point of the clarinet from bottom to top — or from the bell to the barrel — but aren't be pulled through the mouthpiece. Make sure that each one water is wholly removed from the tenons by wiping these areas with the swab. Remember to shake out the swab in order that it is as long and flat as possible. Do not put it during the clarinet when it is in a knot. If the swab gets stuck in a joint, it is crucial to take it to a good repair shop
to have it got rid of.