Catfish, A set of cleaning brushes (snake, valve casing, and mouthpiece) will, without doubt, be readilly available through the Australian Academy of Music at 153 Leichhardt St Spring Hill 4000, (07) 3831 0283. Be prepared for large rooms full of shiney instruments though. I highly recommend that you spend $16-$25 and get yourself a cleaning kit - your trumpet will bless you for such a purchase (and regular use). You will be at astounded the grey "clag" that will comes out of your horn after soaking it overnight in a bath of lukewarm water with a little dishwashing liquid included (and maybe some vanilla essence) and then running your brushes through the tubing, casings, and mouthpiece - and the smoke taste will most likely dissipate. Your horn will also sound better after a clean. See, I can be sensible - just don't expect it all the time.