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Shop Disinfectants, Disinfectant Spray, & Mouthpiece Cleaner at West Music

Keeping an instrument clean is one of the most important and basic lessons students should learn as they progress as musicians. Not only is hygiene important to controlling germs, but a clean instrument will simply last longer and definitely sound better. West Music offers some of the most effective and safest germicide concentrates and disinfectant sprays for the mouthpiece. A clean instrument and a clear sound are as easy as a soak or a spray!

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Mi-T-Mist RT55 Mouthpiece Cleaner, 8oz
Item No. 450186 In Stock
$11.25 $7.99
Sterisol Germicide Concentrate, 8oz
Item No. 451428 Temporarily out of stock, reserve yours today
$11.50 $6.99
West Music Steri-Spray Disinfectant 8oz
Item No. 500634 In Stock
West Music
$9.99 $7.49
Mi-T-Mist RT15 Mouthpiece Cleaner, 2oz
Item No. 450185 In Stock
$5.25 $3.99
West Music Steri-Spray Disinfectant 2oz
Item No. 500633 In Stock
West Music
$5.29 $3.99
Mi-T-Mist RT15 Mouthpiece Cleaner, 2oz, Pack of 12
Item No. 454015 In Stock
$63.00 $37.99
Sterisol Germicide Concentrate, 2oz
Item No. 451427 In Stock
$6.95 $3.99

    Whether personal, a rental, or a school-issued instrument, using a mouthpiece cleaner is crucial for protecting the player from possible infection due to contaminated surfaces. In addition, disinfectant sprays preserve instruments, keeping them playing and sounding great. There are two types of buildup found in a mouthpiece - mineral and organic. Mouthpiece cleaners remove mineral deposits that can interfere with playing and impact the quality of the instrument. In addition, disinfectants eliminate organic buildup like mold and bacteria that can be harmful to the musician.

    Depending on the germicide or disinfectant, some are available spray-on while others become soaked through diluting with water. Quick and easy, sprays typically do not require rinsing of the instrument after. Either way, they are safe for the mouthpiece, unlike home solutions such as bleach or alcohol, which may be less effective or too harsh. These disinfectants are non-poisonous and non-irritating to the mouth and throat, which is of utmost importance to instrument players of all levels.