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Trust me, I have heard of people using fire guns to clean the records. Just expose the LP to fire for a tiny second and pull it out. It supposedly just burns the debris entrenched in the grooves. Then give the LP a good wash. For me, shooting a human being would be easier. But this? Hmmm
Please give the ratio in which you use distilled water, enzyme cleaner and Triton X 100, thanks.you can use 3m Enzyme cleaner which also has non ionic surfactant.Triton x 100 you will get from the store which provide chemicals for the chemistry department.
Vinyl Vac 33 ,you will get on amazon.
This is alarming, especially seeing the extent to which IPA is suggested everywhere.Alcohol desolves alcohol soluble particals and forms a thin film at the depth of the groove.If the record is not vaccumed and is allowed to dry,the information etched in the deapth of the groove is permanantly gone.
So no isopropyl alcohol on any records be it a shellac or polyvinyl chloride.