well, i work at the Harry Ransom Center at UT Austin. I am guessing that, due
to volume, it may be in our best interest to purchase a machine. i've been
told of nitty gritty, vpi, and loricraft. i will run that website by my boss,
Quoting Rod Stephens <[log in to unmask]>:
> I guess my question would be, are you asking for a machine based
> alternative, or a much less expensive solution (pun) such as manual
> cleaning? If so, there are many low cost alternatives, and we have used
> the Disc Doctor's brushes and solution on acetates and vinyl for about
> five years with good results.
> Rod Stephens
> Family Theater Productions
> Mark Downs wrote:
> >I was wondering if there were professional archival disc cleaning
> >to the monk. The institution I volunteer for is looking for something that
> >fit within their budget. Is there any advice for obtaining one of these?
> >other suggestions?
> >Thank you,
> >Mark Downs