Buena Park, CA – February 2011 … Hosa Technology, the leading innovator of analog and digital connectivity solutions for the modern musician and distributor of Goby Labs instrument care products, is pleased to announce the introduction of Goby Labs Microfiber Polish Cloth. Manufactured from the highest, optical-quality microfiber, this ultra-fine cloth delivers an unmatched shine on all guitar finishes, including nitrocellulose lacquer, and is the ideal complement for use with Goby Labs Guitar Polish.
As a result of its high, optical-quality microfiber, the new Goby Labs Microfiber Polish Cloth is the best possible choice for cleaning the delicate surfaces on musical instruments such as guitars and basses. Safe for use on all coated and uncoated finishes, including nitrocellulose lacquer and satin finishes, this exceptional microfiber cloth is unmatched in its cleaning and polishing ability-leaving surfaces clean and streak free. Measuring a square foot in size (12 inches x 12 inches), the stitch-free Goby Labs Microfiber Polish Cloth will never scratch or abrade the instrument’s surface.
Jonathan Pusey, Hosa Technology’s Director of Sales and Marketing, commented on the new Goby Labs Microfiber Polish Cloth. “The Goby Labs Microfiber Polish Cloth combines the highest-quality microfiber with a visually appealing design, creating a cool vintage vibe that will appeal to musicians,” he said. “This is a good sized, stitch-free cloth that is specifically designed for use with Goby Labs Guitar Polish. Together, these premium products make the best possible choice for cleaning the sensitive finishes found on today’s guitars, basses, and other string instruments. This new cleaning cloth is safe on all coated and uncoated finishes and is machine washable-providing extended life and value. I’m certain musicians everywhere will find this new microfiber polish cloth to be the ideal means of cleaning their treasured instruments.”
The Goby Labs Microfiber Polish Cloth carries a MSRP of $8.00. The product will be available Q1, 2011.