Rotor Cleaning

November 29, 2014

If cleaned often, a simple soap and water cleaning should be enough to maintain a properly working

rotor (we recommend twice a year). Over time, a rotor will develop build up which will result in poor

action. If your rotor has not been cleaned recently, first take your instrument to a certified repair

technician to have the instrument chemically cleaned. After the chemical clean, it will be easy to

maintain a clean rotor with general soap cleaning.


1. Clean the bell sections, rotor casing and tuning slides with warm soapy water and a nylon

cleaning brush.


2. Rinse thoroughly with clean warm water.


3. Dry parts with a lint free towel and set aside to dry completely before reassembling.



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