You might consider the Disc Doctor equipment and fluids. That system
requires a tabletop a bit larger than the disc, and the equipment and
supplies can be carried in a small box box or bag.
At 01:00 PM 1/27/2004 -0800, you wrote:
>At 01:32 PM 1/27/2004 -0700, Jon Noring wrote:
>>I've read the two recent messages about the Loricraft and Keith Monks
>>cleaning systems, so that adds some data points. Do we really need a
>>system as elaborate as these machines to meet the general requirements
>I do not know the Loricraft, but the Monks is rather far removed from
>portable in the usual senses. The NittyGritty is one choice, but for field
>use, I'd suggest getting familiar with the advantages of a wetting agent in
>tap water, distilled or demineralized water for the rinse and a cosmetic
>brush or two (one for the rough part, a clean one for the final). Nitty
>Gritty had (has?) a nice wooden arrangement for manual buffing of
>LaserDiscs; my guess is that it would be a good, inexpensive starting point
>for a field 'machine'.
>Of course, if you plan on fitting out an RV or the like for your field
>work, size and cost of the Monks might not be obstacles.
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