I recently had a little mishap while cleaning the fredboard and spilled almost half a bottle of lemon oil over my guitar. Unfortunately lemon oil has the word "oil" in it, therefore it takes a lot of patience wiping it off with just a moist cloth.
How can I, without harming the materials, remove the excess lemon oil from the following guitar parts:
- String posts (makes the strings slip when tuned too strong),
- Strings (makes the fingers slip) and
- Body (just doesn't look good)
The guitar in question is a Yamaha CX40 classical guitar with plastic string posts and flatwound strings.