You need to dry your instrument before you can use it again and to help prevent damage to the instrument.
- wipe <instrument> with <cloth> - to wipe the water off
- wring <cloth> - to wring out the water from your cloth
> wipe zill with cloth Using your cloth, you scrub at your thin-edged zills in attempt to wipe the water from them. Your cloth soaks up the water easily, but remains noticably damp afterwards. [Roundtime: 16 seconds.] > look cloth The chamois cloth is very damp. > wring cloth You wring out a wet chamois cloth, water dribbling down your hands to splash at your feet. > wring cloth You wring out a damp chamois cloth, squeezing out the last bit of water. > wring cloth You wring a dry chamois cloth into a twisted rope, then shake it out again. > look cloth The chamois cloth is as dry as a bone! > clean zill with cloth Using your cloth you try to clean some polished thin-edged zills. All goes well until you run into a few stubborn spots that you just can't seem to touch. [Roundtime: 15 seconds.]
Wet Instrument Messaging
- Freezing water drips from your thin-edged zills.
If you wear your instrument while swimming then it will get wet.
Your thin-edged zills are thoroughly soaked by the water they rest in.