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Old 11th March 2003, 05:13 AM   #11
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There are two good methods I have used over the years to clean LPs, both on the platter, and machine-based (vacuum):

Try the Discwasher devive and D4 cleaning fluid for orutine cleaning on the platter. This method uses a special directional fiber pad that is moistened with the cleaning fluid. It is not very expensive, and readily available.

Discwasher D4



For vacuum cleaning, I like the Nitty Gritty machine:

Nitty Gritty



Hope this helps you enjoy a quiet and pop-free evening!

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