Re: Ivory Keytop Repairs
By Bill Maxim
> I'm in the process of redoing a Weber Duo-Art Grand, and have a few
> ivory tops that are chipped and a few others that are cracked. Rather
> than replacing them I'd like to try using some type of filler ...
> probably an epoxy. Has anyone tried this or something else with a high
> level of success?
Quite a number of piano technicians have spoken highly of "AcriliKey." I haven't tried it, but here is the information. $39.95 ppd for enough to make 50+ repairs. Richard Wagner, Box 1952, Lake Oswego, OR 97035, Phone (503) 697-9254
Bill Maxim, RPT
Qualitied piano service, player piano and reed organ restorations
Columbia and Greer, South Carolina