P3 Trombone Slide Oil

The excellent lubricating qualities combined with its durability make this oil especially suited to the high demands of trombone slides, even more so in combination with the La Tromba Waterspray (57600).

  • Sizes:
  • 57500Trombone Slide Oil, 65 ml
  • 57501Trombone Slide Oil, 1 Litre
  • Outstanding lubricating qualities
  • Long lasting
  • Easy to dose
  • Inhibits oxidation
  • Material friendly

Instructions for proper use of this product.

How to clean a Trombone slide

Before applying a new lubricant to your trombone slide, separate it from the trombone.

First of all, remove the outer slide completely. Depending on how dirty it is, you can rinse it out with lukewarm water and use a bore brush cleaner (snake) to remove any ‘stubborn’ dirt. Then rinse it again and using a fluff free cloth on a rod, dry the outer slide thoroughly.

Now the inner slides. Again, use a bore cleaning brush, to remove any rough dirt, and rinse with lukewarm water. Wipe them clean with a fluff free cloth. Once the inner and outer slides are completely dry and free from any fluff, apply some oil or grease to the foot of the inner slides. Attach the outer slide and work it up and down to spread the lubricant evenly. If you don’t apply it to the foot, it won’t be spread evenly.

Players that use a grease, instead of oil, also spray a little water on the inner slides to ensure perfect movement.

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