The little brush is just that - a little brush. it could be used to brush dust from under the key mechanism, but I would keep the wire part away from the flute to avoid scratching the flute. If you take your flute in for an annual COA (clean, oil, and adjust) and you should, the repair technician will take care of removing the dust. The paper is either cigarette paper to blot away moisture under pads or it could be pad paper which is nearly the same but with a powder coating.•I'm not exactly sure what the above is, but I believe the paper thing is cigarette paper? Not entirely sure.
•What steps should I take/what should I buy to protect the silver headjoint, because I've only played nickel flutes since I've started.
•What brand of plugs do you recommend?
•Are there any other acessories you recommend other than cleaning rod, cleaning cloth, plugs, and cigarette paper?
My primary instrument is Sax but I do not and have never used plugs on flute.Plugs are favored by doublers whose primary instrument is not the flute and when they don't have enough time to practice all the instruments they play. If flute were my primary instrument, I would not use plugs.
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