Hetman makes many different oils for brass and woodwinds, and Ultra-Pure makes comparable long-lasting, odorless synthetic lubricants for nearly all the same applications. Here is a list to easily compare the two brands. Hetman 1 Light Piston Lubricant or Hetman 11 Light Rotor Oil: Ultra-Pure Ultra-Light Valve Oil Hetman 2 Piston Lubricant or Hetman 12 Rotor Oil: Ultra-Pure Professional Valve Oil Hetman 3 Classic Piston Lubricant: Ultra-Pure Black Label Classic Valve Oil Het
Keep your horn clean and you will never have a problem with sticky valves or slides. Keeping it clean inside also removes bacteria that can build up in the tubing. Daily Wipe Down You should wipe off your trumpet at the end of each day using the Ultra-Pure microfiber polishing cloth. Gently wipe all the surfaces, especially where you hold the horn. Wipe off any water spots. The microfiber cloth will soak up oils and grease and should be washed once a month. If you have a sil
Here is information you should know about our valve oils. Most of this information is required by US and Europe regulations. DANGER - GEFAHR - PELIGRO ASPIRATION HAZARD HARMFUL OR FATAL IF SWALLOWED - Read carefully all cautions.
Contains petroleum distillates (synthetic). Hazard symbol: The aspiration hazard symbol is required in Europe for all light oils sold to consumers. It looks scary, but just indicates that you should not get oil into your lungs. Ultra-Pure Profess
The first time you use Ultra-Pure Professional valve oil, or when you are changing brands of oils, you should clean the trumpet or rinse off the old oils with the new oil. See our tips on How to Clean the Trumpet if you want to give the trumpet a full cleaning. Otherwise, just remove the valves and the bottom valve caps, being careful to see how the valves will go back in their casings (in most instruments, the valve number faces the mouthpiece end, but not always). If the v