Record Cleaner Brush

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Record Cleaner Brush

Postby VideoGameCritic » July 18th, 2020, 2:04 pm

So now that I'm starting to learn around records, I'm learning they require more care than other mediums.

I have cats, and I was pretty alarmed to see cat hair sticking to my Miles Davis record! That could not be a good thing. Tried removing them with a rag, but that doesn't work well due to static electricity. Science strikes again!

Fortunately I found this handy item on Amazon ... 2S645HESYW

I have to say, it works like a charm! Just let you record rotate a few times, holding the brush near the middle, and gradually working towards the edge. After a few revolutions your record is perfectly clean. I was surprised how much dust it took off.

If you're getting into records, this is a good investment.

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Re: Record Cleaner Brush

Postby Voor » July 18th, 2020, 2:51 pm

Lol. About twice a year I get tempted to get into vinyl, but between the inconvenience and expense, always shy away. Once again, found myself tempted—but between two sheddy dogs, no doubt I’d be brushing too.

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Re: Record Cleaner Brush

Postby Retro STrife » July 19th, 2020, 1:50 am

Definitely a must have. I use my brush any time I buy a record -- used ones usually need a cleaning, and new ones need the static removed. Mine is a different style, I have this velvet brush here: ... B0009IGAPW

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