Reviews and Problems with Pro Mark Groove Juice Cleaner
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25 December 2011
Summary: So I bought this thinking it would work well with all of these positive reviews, but it did not. I put them in the bathtub, sprayed them with the groove juice, and let it sit for a few minutes. I then washed them off with warm water and after I dried them off, there were specs of clean spots, and specs of tarnished spots, and it looked horrible. Do not buy.
Summary: It really depends on what kind of cymbals you are trying to use it for, but if it works it works really well. The spray allows the user to really spread it around really well. Tried it on a few different cymbals, and one it worked really well, and the others it worked ok, but not great. If you buy a new cymbal and begin using it right away to take fingerprints and smudges away right away, it will work well. But it doesn't really take off prolonged grime.
Summary: I bought this stuff based off of a lot of reviews and youtube videos. The only thing you have to consider is if you really scrub your cymbal (if it is really dirty) or leave the juice on too long, it will take off the logo(s). It did this to my Zildjian K's Custom Darks, but, I like the 'negative' look of the logos not being there in black, but being there almost like a 'negative' logo. Again, I like it, but if you don't, be careful.
Summary: Needed something to clean my daughter's Ride Cymbal. Made my decision based on product reviews that others posted. Followed the instructions and very satisfied. Saved me $$$ by not having to purchase a new 16" Ride Cymbal.
Summary: The only cymbal cleaner that works! Totally cleans and brings that new cymbal luster back to protect your investment. Also a fantastic Chrome and hardware cleaner. Keep your kit clean and maintain your equipment for a professional look.
Summary: An earlier review was right, there is some type of ammonia or non-breatheable ingredient in GJ...but man, it beats the socks off of Zildjian paste or brasso-type creams. Look, I am just a amateur who plays his drums about 4 days a week, for the mere fun of it, and cymbal cleaning is not my way to "have fun." This is purely the cure for time phantoms like me.
Summary: I've heard of Groove Juice for a while and decided to try some cuz my kit had been left uncovered and had gotten dusty. It won't take silk-screened logos off either. I use Zildjian A Series and always keep mine clean & shiny (vs letting them tarnish), so they aren't super-cruddy, etc. I took one of my 18's, sprayed the stuff on and waited 30 sec. for the wipe-off. Initially the bell started to glimmer, but I'm not sure that wasn't from just having something wet on it.
Summary: I had brought the cymbals home from the set that we have at church and was going to polish them up with another brand's paste/cream product. Couldn't find where I'd put it in the house, so I went to a local music store and they carried Groove Juice. I didn't really read the product at the store; just went off of the tech's recommendation.