No, this is a commercial vinyl LP record.
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Subject: [EXTERNAL] Re: [ARSCLIST] Plastic sleeves leeching
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On 10/11/2020 5:52 PM, Mickey Clark wrote:
> Gary-Alcohol (99%) is safe to try on vinyl - but never on
If this is a one-pf-a-kind (instantaneous) recording, it's probably not vinyl; it mat be acetate. I wouldn't go near it with alcohol of any sort.
Yes, probably Irene is the safest bet.
> Mickey Clark
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> -----Original Message----- From: Gary A. Galo
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> Subject: [ARSCLIST] Plastic sleeves leeching
> Our school has a couple of LPs that were stored in plastic inner
> sleeves that leeched, leaving little balls of sticky gook on the vinyl surface.
> Has anyone had any luck cleaning vinyl records with this problem?
> Gary Galo
> Audio Engineer Emeritus
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> SUNY at Potsdam, NY 13676
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