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LP cleaner.....worth it?

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What is the going rate for an LP cleaner like this? This guy is asking $25. Seems like a steal to me. It works he says.

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I remember an old commercial that featured a record cleaner that looked like that -- perhaps the same one? I would pass, and look for a Spin Clean instead.

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I remember an old commercial that featured a record cleaner that looked like that -- perhaps the same one?

Me too, back in the 60s. Never heard of anyone actually buying one.

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It looks like a power tool.

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I had a friend in the 'seventies with one like that, worked great but it was a dry cleaner, and will keep clean record clean, won't do a lot for dirty records that really need a wet cleaning.

It's worthwhile to keep clean records clean and at the price it is a good deal.

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I remember an old commercial that featured a record cleaner that looked like that -- perhaps the same one? I would pass, and look for a Spin Clean instead.

I googled Spin Clean; I had no idea that they cost so little.

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Order the Ronco Disc Cleaner for $24.99 -- only available from our special TV offer!

After you're done with your discs, use it as a floor wax AND a dessert topping!

Call now and we'll throw in a special lint-free buffing cloth!

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I have a Spin Clean at home and while it is all manual, it works for me, and my records sound clean.

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How do the 78's that Yazoo has on their compilations sound so good - do they use a VPI?

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