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Old 2nd April 2006, 01:51 AM   #11
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I use enzymes to clean my moldy records. You can buy Vinyl Zime or do what I do - get some liquid enzymes from a janitorial supply store. I spray the enzymes, brush them in and let the record sit for a bit before proceeding with my usual cleaning regimen (homebrew tergitol solution followed by distilled water rinse- all vacuumed dry by an ancient Nitty Gritty).

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