ECONOMICAL MUSIC WIRE CANISTER: The most cost-effective and practical method of storing a piano or music wire. These two-piece canisters are designed to hold any standard 1 lb. or 1/2 lb. coil. The wire enters through the large center hole. Can be refilled multiple times. Keep piano wire from tangling by storing it.
MUSIC WIRE SAFETY HANDLING: Always wear gloves when handling piano wire since the oils in your skin might cause the wire to rust over time. So, to protect the wiring, simply put on gloves.
PROPER MUSIC WIRE STORING: Take the wire out of the clamp; it has one tag that says "start the end." Start with the end of the coil wire and leave it hanging off until you're ready to feed it through the top of the hole with the high wire. The other end should be cut off because it could get in the way of the wire coiling out and cause it to snag otherwise.
COUNTERCLOCKWISE STORAGE POSITION: The music wire is inserted into the can in a counterclockwise direction to make it simpler to roll. Then they have these wire clamps, which we will simply clip off using the wire cutters. Because the wire is coiled inside the can, keep it tight. If the wire pops out, you'll have a huge mess on your hands. Instead, feed the end through the hole from the inside, carefully put the cover on, twist it on, snip off the end of the wire, and you'll have a can. If you need the wire, you can just draw it out as much as you need. Any method of restoring and being able to use the piano and music wire should be considered.
PIANO TECHNICIANS RECOMMENDED: The no.1 canister recommended by most professional piano technicians when it comes to storing your piano or music wire.
Music Wire Canister is one of the best ways to store one pound coils or even smaller half-pound coils of piano wire in a metal piano wire canister. Keeping the wire in the canister is an easy way to store and dispense the wire.
The video below demonstrates the process of how to put the wire into the canister.