Black Piano Keys are Faded
How do you restore the black keys on a piano. The black color is completely faded at the ends of the keys.
Toey from Kearny, NJ Filter : All Articles All Articles Questions Answers Sort : Relevance Newest Oldest Most Helpful Least Helpful Relevance April 10, 2009 0 found this helpful
On most pianos, the black keys are made of ebony wood. All wood needs to be kept moisturized. I recommend that you try a good quality oil for wood on one of the keys. If the white is still there, try Zap Wood Restorer, available on the web.
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Could black nail polish be used on the tips of the keys?
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If you have numbered and removed the faded black piano keys already, what is wrong with spray painting them? What would be the best spray paint to use?
By Lin H.
October 1, 2011 0 found this helpful
I would call a piano dealer and ask if they could recommend something. After that, just go with your gut and your wallet.
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