Clean Records While You Wait

"I don't like Records, it has too much noise, hiss, clicks and pops"
    - 
Dirty Vinyl Listener

Clean Records While You Wait

Making sure that your records are clean before playing ensures the best sound and the least amount of wear on your equipment. Like cleaning your car, there are many methods of cleaning your records and some are better than others. However just like cleaning your car, nothing beats a letting professional do the work while you sit back and wait for the professional results.

We will inspect and clean all the dirt, dust, mould and fingerprints it may have acquired over the years and return it to you cleaner than when it was brand new.

"How?" I hear you ask. Even brand new records should be cleaned before their first trip around the turntable. New records come coated in a mould protection compound that should be cleaned off if you wish to achieve the highest quality of sound from your vinyl record.

Once that's all done don't forget to clean and service your turntable too - but that's for a different article.

 

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