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Meet repair techs, music teachers & saxophonists who endorse Key Leaves

Sax players on Instagram recommend Key Leaves

"No sticky C#, G# or D#’s after last nights hot & humid gig. Woohoo!"
-Al Homicz

"No sticky keys since I started using Key Leaves! These are so great! I've been so impressed with the fact that I haven't needed any powder paper! I've been showing them off to every sax player I work with!"
- Richard Page

"I have been using Key Leaves for five days, and I have to say that they are so simple and yet, they are very effective. The soft material is gentle on the finish of my VI and the product does what it says it does. I place the key leaves after swabbing and the pads are allowed to dry and do not stick or rot. I have tried all sorts of pad powders, papers, etc., and other than key leaves, I have only found one that worked. Good riddance, sticky G#/C#/Eb pads (-among others). Thanks, Rulon Brown!"
Jordan VanHemert

I’m a Air Force Veteran and after fixing and working with aircraft for 20 years I am a believer In preventative maintenance.  Pads are expensive and the labor to replace them is equally as costly so I ordered the Key Leaves to prolong the life of the pads while keeping my new Eastman 52nd Street sax aired out.
- Brian M.

"This sax will never know a sticky G# or pad rot."
-David Bissell

"Really digging my new Key Leaves!"
-Samuel Lock 

"I got the Key Leaves from St. John's (Canada)... Having used them for a few weeks, I am happy with them. On my alto, the C# is really bad for sticking. I've even asked the shop to add strength to the C# spring which they did. It still sticks. After using Key Leaves for a few weeks, that problem is gone. I can even 'press down' on the C# key and it won't stick."
-Bruce W.

"These things are amazing!"
-Michael Hernandez

"Every saxophone player should know about this. Keeps pads from sticking and rotting. I have one and I love it. It's gonna save me money."

-Tina Richerson