D'Addario Planet Waves PW-FRP Fret Polishing System

Guitar Fret Polishing System with 5 Sheets of Fret-polishing Paper
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The Secret to New-looking Frets!

Make your frets shine like new. The Fret Polishing System from Planet Waves is a unique system of fret-polishing paper. Just select the correct slot for your guitar's frets using the template built into the Fret Polishing System package. Then, with the strings off, you'll polish each fret with a rapid "sanding" motion. In just moments, your guitar's frets will be polished to a beautiful shine, so your guitar looks and plays its best. You get five sheets of fret polishing paper with the Planet Waves Fret Polishing System.

Planet Waves Fret Polishing System Features:
  • Unique fret-polishing paper system
  • Makes guitar frets shine like new
  • Includes 5 sheets of fret-polishing paper
Get your frets shining like new — use the Planet Waves Fret Polishing System!

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Manufacturer Part Number PW-FRP

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I love this

These clean and polish your frets to a glass-like smoothness. Really improves the tone of the notes, especially bends. I use it every time I change strings.
Music background: Pro musician

They Work Well, But...

I'd never done fretwork on a guitar before, but with a little help (OK a LOT of help) from Youtube, I was able to do the job well. These polishing clothes did an excellent job making the frets really glassy after I'd finished the leveling, crowning, and smoothing. The "But" is that they're way overpriced. They're small sheets of non-woven material that fit inside a box that could hold a 3-pack of strings. (Yep, they're that small.) They're probably are worth about a dime apiece. I've heard that they are the same thing jewelers use for polishing. I'm going to look into that. Still, they work well, and if you prefer convenience over economy they're not a bad way to go.
Music background: Professional: Guitars, Keyboards, Bass

Not bad, but not the best way to do it

These don't do a bad job, put a decent shine on my frets. But the sheets wear out quickly, and forget using the fret template over again. It is fairly useless anyway, but after one polishing I doubt I could use it again. The best way I've found to polish frets doesn't cost much more than this. Go to an auto parts store and get some Eagle One Nevr-Dull and some blue painters tape. Put the tape on your fretboard to protect it, and just polish your frets with the Nevr-Dull. It is much quicker, easier, and does a much, much better job than the Fret Polishing System. Oh, and you'll get about 50 more fret polishes out of it, too, instead of a couple. So while this isn't bad, it just isn't that good. I'd recommend the Nevr-Dull route over this to anyone.
See also: Guitar Cleaning, D'Addario Planet Waves, D'Addario Planet Waves Guitar Cleaning & Care