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Old 19th April 2008, 02:18 AM   #1
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Default Capacity of L'Art du Son cleaning fluid

I bought a bottle of L'Art du Son cleaning fluid that I heard it is very good. Although the bottle indicates it can dilute to 5 litres, I cannot find any indication on what is the actual volume of the concentrate. I am not going to dilute it to 5 litres all at once because it will produce precipitate when diluted and unused in one week.

Does anyone know what is the actual volume of the concentrate bottle?
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Old 19th April 2008, 04:14 AM   #2
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No idea but go to your chemist/pharmacy and buy a big 50 ML seringe and a new (bigger) bottle. Use the seringe to suck up and transfer the fluid to the new bottle and calculate the total volume moved.
Afterwards you use the seringe to dose the correct required amount with your less then 5 Litre dillution.
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Old 19th April 2008, 12:57 PM   #3
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I'm using it as well and I guess it's between 100 - 150ml.

I make a mix of ~ 200ml every now and then. That is enough for say 20+ Records.

You're right, once mixed it becomes unusable soon.
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it is a decent record wash, though nothing special.

Vinylemzyme gold however is a bit special, but still needs a final wash, for which L'art Du Son fits the bill perfectly.
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it is a decent record wash, though nothing special.

Vinylemzyme gold however is a bit special, but still needs a final wash, for which L'art Du Son fits the bill perfectly.

This is the exact combo I find works well with most used gems.
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