How to fix flute joints that are too slippery

Jan 10, 2017

Flute joints slipping out too easily?

I've had students whose flute's footjoint has slipped right off the flute while they were playing and onto the floor!

And my own flute (actually, my old flute, that got stolen out of a car...) used to have such a slippery headjoint that I couldn't hold the flute by only the headjoint! Otherwise the whole flute went crashing to the ground...

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Candle wax fixes most issues like these above. And cigarette paper can most of the rest.

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