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Dan Gould

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Seriously.

And I ran out of the solution a long time ago.

Am I officially out of the fraternity for treating my LPs with this device? Please don't tell me to purchase any of those big record cleaning machines. Its only slightly less likely than me spending more than a couple of hundred dollars on a turntable.

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It works great for records that are generally clean to begin with. I use one.

For secondhand records that have layers of mystery substances, though, you need something more substantial.

You can get the solution easily. Or, just use distilled water.

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An ethyl alcohol and distilled water mix should do the trick - very economically.

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An ethyl alcohol and distilled water mix should do the trick - very economically.

True - I've been using that solution too. Works well and shifts quite a bit of muck if the discoloration of the pad is anything to go by.

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1 part alcohol to about 3 parts water should be OK.

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A propos Sidewinder, did you try L'art du Son?

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A propos Sidewinder, did you try L'art du Son?

Not yet Porcy - but should be ordering some soon. My RRL solution is about to run out !

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A propos Sidewinder, did you try L'art du Son?

Not yet Porcy - but should be ordering some soon. My RRL solution is about to run out !

Let me know. I still use Miracle Doctor stuff, I am pretty happy with it until now, but I am asking myself if there is something that can remove the stuff that Miracle Doctor couldn't. That would mean that I should start an A to Z cleaning cylcle of my collection again. As Dan as pointed out we're vinylheads. :rolleyes:

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alcohol is a bad idea as an agent in your cleaning solution,

as it can can cause the leaching of plasticizers over time.

seriously..

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