It is very important that the guitars are always kept in a place where the humidity is between 40% – 60%. If the humidity exceeds this range, your guitar is at risk of cracking and damage.
Try to carefully control the humidity of the room where your guitars are placed by means of hygrometers and if necessary, buy devices to maintain the correct humidity such as humidifiers if you suffer from dryness or dehumidifiers if the opposite is the case.
We suggest you buy humidifiers that automatically maintain a stable % humidity at the amount you set.
We suggest that the guitar is always inside its case when not in use.
Avoid placing guitars near heaters or air conditioners or in direct contact with the sun.
Always close the case when placing the guitar inside. We have seen several guitars fly out of the case because the owner forgot to close it.
Take the tension off the strings when you don’t play the guitar for a long period of time.
Also, take the tension off when you travel with it on a plane.
To clean the guitar, use only a dry cotton cloth or other soft, non-scratching cloth. Never use water.
We recommend that you use another cotton cloth when practicing with your guitar to avoid contact of your body with the wood and polish of your guitar. Sometimes this varnish is very delicate and gets damaged by sweat.
There are also plastic protections for classical guitars that are sold to put on the top of the guitar in the areas where your fingernails may come into contact with the wood in order to avoid scratches. Only get the ones that can be removed and put back on voluntarily without damaging the delicate polish of the guitar.