Speaking of grease pencil marks once again, I neglected to mention that
you must make sure you get ALL the face/forehead grease off the shellac
and/or lacquer if you try it for grease pencil schmutz removal. The
mildew and mold monsters LOVE the stuff. I've even seen fingerprints
outlined on a record in mildew after improper handling and being stored
for a couple of weeks.
Take it off... take it all off!
On 4/13/2013 5:38 AM, Michael Biel wrote:
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Doug Pomeroy
>> I have never experimented with various cleaning fluids to
>> remove grease pencil from shellac and lacquer discs.
>> Any suggestions? Doug Pomeroy Audio Restoration and Mastering Services
> No suggestions beyond all those mentioned already, but I do want to say
> that you looked VERY impressive in your face mask cleaning the lacquer
> disc in yesterday's installment on PBS of Michael Feinstein's American
> Songbook. I think it will make a lasting impression on all viewers of
> the (dangerous?) work that goes into recorded sound restoration.
> Mike Biel [log in to unmask]