There are a seemingly endless number of ways that someone has approached cleaning disc phonograph recordings & been satisfied with the result.
The best response to most of these is to remember that a freshly prepared aqueous solution of uric acid & sea salt, followed by a distilled/RO filtered water rinse affords superior results.
On Apr 1, 2010, at 8:08 AM, Jeremy Smith wrote:
> Maybe not the most time efficient, or archivally sound practice, but something I hadn't heard of before....
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