If it's truly vinyl, you might try applying an even coating of LockTite Wood
Glue to the entire vinyl surface (not the label or spindle hole) and then
let it dry overnight.   Carefully peeling this off the next day, as a
complete, if floppy, negative of the record, will lift all debris from the
grooves - and, hopefully, the glue residue you have, now.  This wood glue
will not adhere to pvc once it is dry.  Yes, I saw this technique on
YouTube, but I have performed the trick, here, and it works better than a
Monk at cleaning vinyl discs.  If anyone can gainsay this practice, I'm all


On 12/13/11 11:19 AM, "James Roth" <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> Hello everyone,
> I have records that came from a university that used anti-theft strips glued
> inside the jacket.
> Some of the glue from those strips oozed off the strip and went onto the
> inside of the jacket and other places..
> Of course, if the record had a sleeve there was not a problem, but many of
> them didn't.
> As a result, There's a very thin, but audible strip of glue on the vinyl.
> Does anyone know the best way to remove that glue?
> Regards,
> Ben Roth 

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