I teach 4yo choir at our church, and tonight the lady who plans everything and gets the supplies was absent. When I looked at the list of activities, we were supposed to play handbells with Away in the Manger. I ran up to the resource room to get the bells, and could not find them. But wait--there, in the corner, was a dust-covered ChromaHarp. I picked it up, found it was pretty decently in tune, and let each and every kid play Away in the Manger while we all sang---again and again and again.... I hit the keys and the kids strummed. That was my first time on the autoharp, ever! It was fun, and so I brought it home to be tuned and loved on over the holidays. So how do you get 1/4 " deep dust out from under the strings?