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Update on disinfecting and appointment protocol during coronavirus

Here’s what I’m doing to help stop the spread of coronavirus and because I can’t get to everyone’s piano, let this be a guide for you to sanitize your piano.

I would work from home if I could but the piano service industry really wasn’t built for that lifestyle. By washing and using hand sanitizer, I can prevent myself from spreading the disease and I don’t want to pick it up from anywhere which is why I have been spending extra time on every Piano this week to ensure I am not the reason anyone gets sick.

Materials needed:
Clean cloths (paper towels)
Hydrogen peroxide 3% or stronger
Gloves (optional)

At the keys, Wear the gloves if you have them:

1. Soak the cloth with hydrogen peroxide
2. Gently wipe the keys, leaving them damp for 5-10 minutes.
3. Use a second cloth to repeat the process but dry the keys this time.

Hydrogen peroxide has been a sterilizing agent used by doctors since 1818 and had been tested and is known to disinfect against coronavirus as well as much more difficult to kill pathogens such as rhinovirus.

Find out more and ask questions on The Piano Talk
https://the-piano-talk.mn.co/

Disinfect Your Keys

Click the button above for our updated and improved guide.

The big news of the last month is all about keeping yourself healthy and safe from the Coronavirus, Covid 19. It’s wonderful that everyone is on board with improving hygiene and health but a shame that it’s taking a global pandemic to motivate this necessary trend.

Below is a video about how you can take extra steps with your own piano and how to handle yourself so you can stay healthy and not be part of spreading the disease.

As for the technicians from C.J.’s Pianos – we will wash our hands or use hand sanitizer prior to providing service to ensure we are not delivering any viruses to your keys.

Be sure to book service before you are quarantined, nobody wants to be stuck at home with an under-performing piano!

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Would you like more tips for succeeding at piano? Head on over to The Piano Talk where we believe you only need 3 things to succeed at piano: ambition, the right teacher, and a good piano. http://www.thepianotalk.com

PETROF 122 H1

$39,920  $28,326

PETROF 131 M1

51 1/2″

PETROF 122 H1

48″

$27,014 $19,240

$47,589  $33,714

PETROF 135 K1

53 1/8″

PETROF 122 H1

PETROF developed the P122 H1 in answer to customer requests. With the design of its cabinet, and especially its distinctive keybed, it proudly harks back to the roots of the piano-maker’s art in Europe. While at first sight the cabinet appears minimalistic, it boasts some precisely elaborate and detailed features. The final shape of the instrument was the inspiration of specialists at our Technological centre, and we are sure that this piano will find many happy customers.

Technical Specifications

Length (mm)   570
Width (mm)1470
Height (mm)1220
Weight (kg)224
Sound board materialResonance spruce wood
Active area (m²)1,1513
Ribs (number, shape)10, asymetric
Soundboard constructionwedgewise tapered   9 mm in upper section – 7 mm in lower section
Cast iron plateWet sand casting
Surfacing of iron plate nitrocellulose paint with bronze dust added
Pin block – materialMultiplex beech plywood, density 800 – 850 kg/m3
Wooden frame postsspruce wood, 3+2 posts
Cut off bar (corner cross rib)beech, 2
Bridge – treblebeech wood
Bridge – bassbeech wood
Bridge pinssteel – round tips
Agraffes material – numberbrass, 88
Strings – materialsteel wire Röslau Germany, copper winding Degen Germany
Hitching of plain stringsdouble
Dampers – number1 – 70
Black keysAcrylate plastic
Pedalsleft – Piano pedal, midle – Muffler (moderator) pedal, right – Forte pedal
Castorsyes
Felts colourred
Hydraulic slow close fallboard mech.yes

PETROF 125 G1

$39,920  $28,326

PETROF 131 M1

51 1/2″

PETROF 125 G1

49 1/4″

$29,487 $20,990

$47,589  $33,714

PETROF 135 K1

53 1/8″

PETROF 125 G1

The design cabinet of the G1 adds a number of elegant decorative elements to the classical appearance of the P125. This means it not only sounds good, but looks splendid too. Its qualities shine in a whole range of musical ensembles, schools, and places of entertainment, as well as in the foyers of theatres and concert halls, where its characteristic romantic sound gives pleasure to pianists and audiences alike.

Technical Specifications

Depth (mm)   590
Width (mm)1463
Height (mm)1250
Weight (kg)236
Sound board materialResonance spruce wood
Active area of soundboard (m²)1,1852
Ribs (number, shape)10, spherical
Soundboard constructionwedgewise tapered   9 mm in upper section – 7 mm in lower section
Cast iron plateWet sand casting
Surfacing of iron plate nitrocellulose paint with bronze dust added
Pin block – materialMultiplex beech plywood, density 800 – 850 kg/m3
Wooden frame postsspruce wood, 3+2 posts
Cut off bar (corner cross rib) – material, numberbeech, 1
Cabinet materialMDF, plywood, solid wood
Bridge – treblebeech wood
Bridge – bassbeech wood
Bridge pinssteel – round tips
Agraffes material – numberbrass, 88
Strings – materialsteel wire Röslau Germany, copper winding Degen Germany
Hitching of plain stringsdouble
Dampers – number1 – 70
Pedalsleft – Piano pedal, midle – Muffler (moderator) pedal, right – Forte pedal
Castorsyes
Felts colourred
Hydraulic slow close fallboard mech.yes

PETROF Pianos

WITH A LOVE OF MUSIC AND CRAFT

For more than 155 years

PETROF is currently the largest producer of acoustic grand and upright pianos in Europe. It trades in 5 continents and exports to over 65 countries the world over. Since 1864, when Antonín Petrof built his first piano, we have produced under the PETROF name roughly 630,000 instruments and many others within the PETROF Brand Family. Our pianos are popular among musicians above all for their unusually soft, gentle, rounded and romantic tone. Over the decades of their production much has changed, but precise work by hand, careful selection of materials and the unchanging romantic sound endure. Countless famous performers and well-known personalities have fallen in love with PETROF instruments, and the representatives of the fifth generation proudly continue in their honorable trade and family tradition.

PETROF Grand Pianos

PETROF Upright Pianos