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I'd throw in a mention for the Nitty-Gritty line . If you only have a 
couple hundred disks, and you feel it's not worth the money going to one 
of the units mentioned below, the Nitty Gritty models do a very decent 
job and have very strong vacuum suction. I prefer manual models for the 
Nitty Gritty line.

Kind Regards,

John Schroth

MTS


On 4/23/2018 2:31 PM, Aaron Coe wrote:
> Hi Joel,
>
> IMO the best record cleaning machines are those that utilize a thread-type vacuum design.  Unfortunately they aren’t cheap:
> Keith Monks = $ 4,950.00
> Pristine Vinyl = $ 2,500.00
>
> Loricraft = $ 1,825.00
> I have used a Loricraft for almost a decade without little to no complaint.  Here’s a video of me cleaning a 16” lacquer on my Loricraft:
>
> https://www.instagram.com/p/BQ8lLvMAKA9/
>
> There are some excellent reviews of all of these units on YouTube that I invite you to check out.
>
> -Aaron
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>
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>> On Apr 22, 2018, at 9:23 AM, Joel Bresler <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
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>> 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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