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Mostly a confirmation of the reccs of Hiten& Asit except that I used a soft painting brush w/o cutting it short to make it stiffer-needles are delicate & expensive & not so easy to replace here, so the extra effort needed with a soft brush is, IMHO, worth it.I would use a front to back one way motion since the other way the neddle assy could loosen but if you check to see that its snug at the end of the exercise, it'd be OK.
Second Asits comment re keeping the LPs clean, handling only by the edges etc.What do you use for LP cleaning?
I would be obliged if our forum members can elaborate on the method of cleaning Turntable Needle/Stylus.