Fret Erasers

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An easy way to make your frets shine! Fret Erasers™ are flexible self-padded rubber blocks embedded with abrasive grits.

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Fret Erasers Coarse (blue)

Coarse (blue)

Item # 0467
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Fret Erasers Medium (red)

Medium (red)

Item # 0468
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Fret Erasers Medium-fine (green)

Medium-fine (green)

Item # 0469
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Fret Erasers Fine (gray)

Fine (gray)

Item # 0470
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Fret Erasers Extra-fine (yellow)

Extra-fine (yellow)

Item # 0471
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Fret Erasers - Set of 5

Fret Erasers - Set of 5

Item # 0472
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$33.95 $31.23

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Quantity: 20


An easy way to make your frets shine! Fret Erasers™ are flexible self-padded rubber blocks embedded with abrasive grits.

They're incredibly handy—use them in sequence as a final step on freshly-crowned frets, to erase fine file marks and scratches. The grits are color-coded for convenience. Frets gleam, and play buttery-smooth.

"I used to wrap abrasive papers around small rubber blocks, but that got a little clumsy. Fret Erasers are simpler and faster. No more sandy grit or sharp steel wool particles."
—Erick Coleman, repairman and StewMac tech advisor

Each Fret Eraser is 2-1/2" x 3/4" x 3/8" (63.50mm x 19.05mm x 9.52mm)

SAVE when you order the complete set of 5 grits.

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Fret Erasers

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Reviving an abused Taylor

By Sobrietytest from Malaysia
(Customer's Reviews) Friday, July 25, 2014

I bought a 'new' Taylor that had obviously been hanging around music shops in Malaysia for 2 years. The strings were fragged and there were clear abrasion marks on the fretwork. No problem because I had a set of Fret Erasers from an earlier build - an hour of polishing and a new set of Elixirs brought this baby back to perfection.
I like these Erasers because they're tactile and you can feel the depth of abrasion whilst you work, they're not the only tool you will need but very, very useful.

Easy to use and effective

By Alexander from Pickerington, OH 
(Customer's Reviews) Thursday, June 19, 2014

I currently have the coarse and fine fret erasers and they do a wonderful job! The coarse one does very well to finish a crowning and get rid of any unevenness. The fine eraser does great for a final, mirror like polish on my frets, but it is a big jump from the coarse eraser. I'll have to grab a medium fine to bridge the gap, but overall they're great!

Pretty Good

By Erik H. from USA
(Customer's Reviews) Wednesday, June 04, 2014

These fret erasers work pretty well. It takes some time and pressure to polish up frets nicely, and using different grits helps, but is tedious. Does not sand down frets that have recently been filed or worn out, but polishes smooth frets to a nice shine.

Good for your fretwork arsenal

By geolang from Albuquerque
(Customer's Reviews) Saturday, May 24, 2014

I have found these to be very useful in doing fret dressing - much easier that using papers but I'm wondering how long the abrasive is going to hold up. We'll see since the abrasive particles are bound to eventually become dislodged from the rubber. That said, they have worked extremely well for me so far after a dozen or so fret jobs. If they stand the test of time I will give them 5 stars.

Good for some jobs

By rollerkane from Mt. Marion, NY
(Customer's Reviews) Sunday, April 27, 2014

I bought the coarse eraser thinking it might be helpful for leveling some frets that were just a bit high. However it did little but was good for polishing the fret after I lowered it with my dressing stick.

Good Product, with Good results

By James B from Greenville, NC
(Customer's Reviews) Tuesday, April 22, 2014

I order a set just to try these out to save from having to use sandpaper and steel wool. They work good, just not great. Maybe a video showing the best way to use these would help. Steel wool still has a better shine, see for yourself. Second fret is steel wool, first is fret erasers.

Pretty lame

By travis a from thornton, Co.
(Customer's Reviews) Sunday, April 06, 2014

Not that impressed with the fine grit, which was the only one I purchased. Seems gimmicky

Sorry, the emperor has no clothes!

By Turko from San Diego
(Customer's Reviews) Thursday, April 03, 2014

I tried a fine grit and I think these are ridiculous. #0000 steel wool did a much better job, and left a shinier, smoother surface. Not crazy about steel wool, but it's better than these "erasers!"

No more hand cramps!

By Highline Guitars from Denver, Colorado
(Customer's Reviews) Friday, March 21, 2014

I use course, medium-fine and extra-fine. That's all I need to get the finish I like.

Everyone should have at least one of these! 

By Tony Ferrara from USA
(Customer's Reviews) Sunday, March 16, 2014

I'm a player not a guitar tech but I recently received a new guitar that had a few minor buzzes. I ordered the green, #600 grit fret eraser and used it to "cleanup" the high spots and within a few minutes I had this guitar playing cleanly.

Everyone should have at least one medium fine fret eraser in their guitar maintenance tool kit.

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