Native American style flutes by Cedar Spirit

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Caring for your Native American style flute

Always allow your flute to dry, mouthpiece down, after playing, and before returning to its bag.

Some people have reported damage to the flute inner chamber from cleaning flutes with alcohol. Instead, after playing slide the totem back and allow the inner chamber to air dry.

Flutes will last longer if periodically re-oiled. Coat the inside of the flute with a nontoxic oil or wood conditioner. These can usually be found at a music store or cutlery shop. Organic olive oil will work. Remember - it must be nontoxic! A 20 ga. shotgun bore swab makes a good applicator for oil (this tip courtesy of Eric Munson of Willow Flutes).

Oiling the entire flute will only add to your flute's beauty and longevity!



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