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  • Dièses en ébène du piano

    Ebony sharp keys

    "Ebony keys are often dirtier than ivory ones. The keys become scratched and lose their polished or varnished finishes. Maintainance of sharp keys is part of the service that Piano Balleron provides. It involves gentle, fine grained sanding, and then polishing for a gleaming finish.
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    Ebony sharp keys

    "Ebony keys are often dirtier than ivory ones. The keys become scratched and lose their polished or varnished finishes. Maintainance of sharp keys is part of the service that Piano Balleron provides. It involves gentle, fine grained sanding, and then polishing for a gleaming finish.
    "