Pair of Miracle Record Brushes for 10" Size EPs Vinyl records.
The handmade brushes are not only ergonomic, but the special pads will remove more dirt from your records than any other system.
"I've been playing records for 50 years and cutting record masters for almost 40. I have an extensive record collection and love vinyl as much as I ever did. I have used other record cleaners, but The Disc Doctor's products are, in my opinion, without peer. I have noticed vast improvement even with records that looked relatively clean before cleaning. I clean every record now before playing. I can't put into words how much more involving it makes my record listening. Do yourself a favor and stop thinking about ordering this stuff and do it! You won't be disappointed." - Kevin Gray, Owner, Cohearent Audio, LLC
"I use the Disc Doctor's fluid & brushes...I like this fluid a lot...these are my favorite brushes." - Michael Fremer, Editor, musicangle.com & Stereophile
"But pick as I might, I can't find any essential faults with the Disc Doctor approach to cleaning records - and while this sort of thing defies the assignment of stars & checks (so I won't), you can consider this a recommendation. The fluid in particular makes sense, as does the company's recommended approach to using it; I really like the fact that the pads are replaceable; none of this stuff strikes me as overpriced; and, like I said, it seems to work very well. ...you should give this a whirl." - Art Dudley, Editor, Listener Magazine Autumn, 1996
"I've got to say up front that the Disc Doctor's Brush is simply the best designed device for cleaning records I've ever seen or used." - from the Primyl Vinyl Exchange Newsletter
The Finest NO-RINSE Fluid available for cleaning Vinyl Phonograph Recordings.
The Disc Doctor's QuickWash Record Cleaner is a blend of purified water and high purity, biodegradeable surfactants specially formulated for cleaning vinyl phonograph recordings with vacuum-assisted record cleaning machines. Our QuickWash solution can also be removed manually using high nap, pure cotton terry cloth or equivalent microfiber cloth.
The Disc Doctor's QuickWash Record Cleaner works best with 20-30 sec of light spreading using a back & forth motion followed by vacuum-assisted fluid removal. Highly effective removal of mold & mildew.
For many The Disc Doctor's QuickWash Solution will be all the record cleaner your vinyl record collection will ever need.
Unless you've cleaned your records with The Disc Doctor's Miracle Record Cleaner, you've yet to enjoy all the music your records have to offer! Every record in your collection should be cleaned before you play it again, and every record added to your collection should be cleaned before playing.
Every record, even if thought to be cleaned, is soiled with a wide range of dirts and contaminants, including mold and mildew. Vinyl discs are also coated with sticky mould-release compounds. Contaminants between the groove and diamond stylus or steel needle cause mistracking and are abrasive resulting in unnecessary, excessive wearing of both record and stylus. By interfering with proper groove tracing, dirty records produce inaccurate, noisy sound.
Recommended by Primyl Vinyl Exchange Newsletter, Positive Feedback, Listener Magazine, Audiophile Voice, Ultimate Audio,SoundStage!, The Absolute Sound and Stereophile. Michael Fremer's recommendations can be found in the March '97 issue of Stereophile.
Used by The Rodgers and Hammerstein Archives of Recorded Sound, The Yale University Historical Sound Recordings and The Center for Popular Music. Recommended by Russ Shor, Vintage Jazz Mart; Dr. David Evans, Prof. of Music, University of Memphis; Robert Schoenfeld, Nighthawk Records and Raymond R. Wile, noted Diamond Disc collector and Edison authority.
Quick Wash Considerations
Each bottle is accompanied by a 4 oz. dispenser with a flip-cap having a 1mm orifice to allow for easier dispensing directly to the record. The general instructions are to spread 2-2.5 mL (1/2 tbsp) of Quick Wash solution around a record using the applicator that came with the machine (10-15 sec.), then to vacuum, followed by brief air drying. Using the wet cleaning brush will improve cleaning by more effectively mixing fluid in the groove. Allow for light scrubbing for very dirty discs.
This no-rinse solution has been specifically developed for use with a vacuum-based cleaning machine but may be used for manual cleaning. Although the standard Disc Doctor record cleaner and brushes afford audibly more thorough cleaning, many customers will gladly trade the difference for the convenience. We believe the Quick Wash solution offers superior cleaning when used with vacuum-assisted machines. The ingredients include high purity water, a proprietary blend of non-hazardous, biodegradable surfactants and propanol.
"But pick as I might, I can't find any essential faults with the Disc Doctor approach to cleaning records--and while this sort of thing defies the assignment of stars & checks (so I won't), you can consider this a recommendation. The fluid in particular makes sense, as does the company's recommended approach to using it; I really like the fact that the pads are replaceable; none of this stuff strikes me as overpriced; and, like I said, it seems to work very well. Unless the fluid you have is the fluid you love (wait, that came out wrong...), you should give this a whirl." Art Dudley, Editor,
1X is already diluted, and cleans 375-475 LPs. Includes 1 quart of fluid only.
Brushes sold separately.
Disc Doctor Miracle Record Brush
If you're not cleaning your records well now, you should, and you'll be hard pressed to find a better way to do so economically than the Disc Doctor's Miracle Record Cleaner. - Soundstage Reveiw
A "Miracle Record Cleaner"? Perhaps not, but then I haven’t located a reliable source for distilled Holy Water yet, either. What does seem miraculous, in this day of overpriced tweaks and magic dots, is discovering a state-of-the-art product, affordably priced, thoroughly engineered, and invaluable to both the impecunious collector of obscure recordings and the affluent audiophile with a reference quality system. Positive-Feedback