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From: "Aaron Z Snyder" <[log in to unmask]>
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Sent: Wednesday, March 24, 2004 10:45 AM
Subject: Re: [ARSCLIST] substitute for Kodak Lens Cleaner
> Karl Miller wrote:
> > My supply of the Kodak Lens Cleaner is about gone and I have found it is
> > no longer available. Some of you may remember the article of some years
> > ago in the ARSC Journal which suggested the use of the cleaner for
> > lacquers...by the way, it did a great job.
> > I wondered what else might work well with lacquers.
> First off, I just wanted to express my astonishment about Kodak's dropping
> of a truly essential product. Yes, I also got great results from Kodak
> By way of a knowledgeable friend, I've come to know "The Disc Doctor's
> Miracle Record Cleaner". I've tried it on some really dreadfully
> fungus-infected lacquers, and it works beautifully! It ain't cheap, but
> again new lacquers are even harder to come by!
> Aaron Z