Proper use of Cecilio care kit and consistent maintenance of instrument will help ensure that you will enjoy your trumpet for many years to come.
Mouthpiece brush – After each use, wipe the outside of the mouthpiece with a soft cloth, then scrub the inside of your mouthpiece with the mouthpiece brush. You can use lukewarm water and mild soap. Rinse thoroughly and dry with a soft cloth.
Bore Snake – Use once a week to remove particles and moisture from the tubing of your trumpet. Drop one end of the snake through the bell and push as far as you can and pull out. Remove the “D” slide and push one end of the coil through the lead pipe. Remove remainder of slides and push the coil through to clean.
Valve Brush – Clean the valves and valve casing once a week. Push the valve brush through the valve casing and pull back up. You can also use the brush to clean the portholes of the valve pistons.
Valve Oil – Apply freely to each piston on a regular basis. Wipe off excess.
Polishing Cloth – After each use, rub on outside of your instrument to remove particles and fingerprints. Rub briskly to return finish to its fine luster.