Gee, thanks Tom. I use Dawn and a microfiber brush (not cloth) when needed. I was just asking about anything new and inexpensive. I have taken good care of my personal records for over 50 years, except for the batch that came with my first crappy record-gouger on my 14th birthday! :=)
I’ll take a lok at your refernce as time allows…
On Jan 14, 2016, at 6:03 PM, Michael Gillman <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Go over to Audiokarma or SteveHoffman.TV and search for record cleaning.
> You will have enough reading to keep you busy for a bit. Also some good
> info. Check out the Spin Clean for an inexpensive recording cleaning
> machine or get good techniques for manual cleaning. The Library of Congress
> has it's own method and formula cleaning. There is lots to learn. But Dawn
> and water, microfiber cloths and a dish rack will work just fine for a
> casual user.
> On Thursday, January 14, 2016, Lou Judson <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>> Tom, my record cleaning and playing is almost exclusively just making
>> personal digital copies of my own Lps - what would you suggest for routine
>> cleaning of casual transfers? Anyone else can chime in as well.
>> Investing in an expensive machine for cleaning my old records is just not
>> feasible. I only want to hear them again! :-)
>> Lou Judson
>> Intuitive Audio