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Why Vacuum Clean Your Violin or Viola Case

Zlata Brouwer

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Published: May 9, 2014 at 8:42 AM [UTC]

What is Zlata doing with a vacuum cleaner in this video?

A lot of hairs, dust and dirt gather in your violin case when using it.

Vermin (wood worms) can get into your violin and eat it alive!

If you don’t want your violin to be eaten by wood worms, you might consider cleaning your violin case once in a while.

Is this video useful to you? Or do you have additional tips for violinists worldwide? Please let me know in the comments!



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