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They are probably not available commercially, but the washers used by 
the Memnon program at Indiana University are by far the best I've seen; 
taking into account label preservation. I remember the jewelry type 
liquid vibration unit Robert "Bob" Carneal used at the Library of 
Congress back in the 60s. These are not too much different.

You could contact them here: https://mdpi.iu.edu/about/facilities.php

*Trescott Research - Paul T. Jackson *

2503 Natalie Lane, Steilacoom, WA 98388

http://www.trescottresearch.com <http://www.trescottresearch.com/>

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On 4/22/2018 6:23 AM, Joel Bresler wrote:
> Apologies for cross-posting.
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> I would be very interested in any opinions on and reviews of the better record washing devices on the market, such as the Monks and VPI units. Personal experience and online links both very welcome. I need to clean and digitize a few hundred 78s so a machine that is at least semi-automated would be great.
>
> Thanks in advance for your insights and help,
>
> Joel
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