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Spin-Clean Record Washer MKII Complete System

Starting at USD 124.99

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Washer Basin and Lid Washer Fluid 4 oz and 32 oz Two Pair Brushes MKII One Pair Rollers MKII Seven Washable Drying Cloths

Washer Basin and Lid Washer Fluid 4oz & Washer Fluid 32oz Two Pair Brushes MKII One Pair Rollers MKII Seven Washable Drying Cloths

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Manufacturer Spin Clean
Brand Spin Clean
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Weight 4.85 pounds

5.0 out of 5 stars

I used to wash my records in the sink. This system is a bit of an upgrade from that method. It is very simple and results in a noticeable improvement in the sound of records. I spend a lot of time burning LPs to CD, and since I am making a permanent digital copy it makes sense to get the sound as clean as possible. My first step is to clean the record with Spin Clean, then record it using LP Recorder and LP Ripper (from CFB Software), then run the files through DAK's DePopper3 filter.The fluid used does a good job of suspending dirt and dropping it to the bottom of the tank -- after cleaning ten records, the dirt is obvious. And unlike sink washing, Spin Clean does not get the label wet. Check out the video on YouTube to see how it works. Highly recommended for record collectors....

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4.0 out of 5 stars

Let me add my two cents regarding the Spin-Clean Record Washing System. Yes it works. I've got vinyl records over 50 years old and for the past year or so, I've reactivated my analog listening system. I use 3 different turntables, all of good quality and with new cartridges (all different brands). Routinely going through my 700+ records one thing stood out. I continued to hear pops, clicks and other surface noises that originally got me to switch to CD's back in the `80's. Using some still usable Discwasher products I had, I still wasn't happy. More on that later.I remembered back in the day when a friend would bring a vinyl record over to the house that was all full of crud; I would stick it under the faucet for a little sponge bath much to their shock. It worked. So I bought this system. It is essentially a strong plastic tub that has 2 soft brushes that face each other in the middle of the tub. Their length is the same as a record from entry groove to the exit grove. The label doesn't get wet. There are 2 movable plastic rollers that fit into slots depending on the size of the record. You pour a couple capfuls of the cleaning fluid that come with the p...

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5.0 out of 5 stars

I am a hobbyist DJ, and recently purchased a dj midi controller. I am in the process of digitizing all my old vinyl, and was looking for an effective and inexpensive way to deep clean my records. Some of my records, that were handed down to me, are older than I am. (30+yrs) I have always cleaned my records with windex and a microfiber cloth. While researching record cleaning machines, I came across other methods of deep clean records. I tried the wood glue method and found it a bit messy! Plus the wait for the glue to dry was too long, in my opinion. I ruined on of my LPs, when I tried to remove the glue. It cracked my vinyl and made it unplayable. Back to the drawing board for me. Then I came across a video on youtube that shows the Spin Clean in action. It looked easy and quite inexpensive.(compared to buying a record cleaning machine with vacuum parts) I decided to give it a try, and I am so glad I did! I didn't realize my records were that dirty, since I clean them periodically with Windex and keep them in thier sleeves. By the time I got done with cleaning about 30 records, the water in the bin was starting to resemble ice tea. I decided to stop and let the parti...

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4.0 out of 5 stars

After two years, I am very experienced with this record washing system, its quirks, and an evolved workflow that I will share with potential users and current owners. First, I bought the $80 kit, but quickly realized that the two supplied towels were not enough, and bought a 5-pack for a total of 7, the same amount in this complete system. Next, the small bottle of fluid washed some 350-450 records, but I have nearly a 1,000 LPs, so I ordered a 16oz. bottle of cleaner, thereby spending about what this $125 set has, except extra rollers (which I do not believe you'll need for a long, long time). What I can say with certainty, however, is that you'll want to log all of your washings, and after 400 or so records, definitely install new brushes.I followed the directions, washed the towels without fabric softener, although I find bleach works well to whiten. I also line dry them, far less static from a warm dryer. The supplied towels are, well, kinda' sucky. Therefore, I devised a system using three towels: on a towel rack I hang three clean towels, and keep a fourth handy for the final dry/pat down. The first towel absorbs much of the liquid, and after 4-5 records is very...

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5.0 out of 5 stars

I purchased a Spin-clean primarily to clean some old shellac 78s that I wished to do some restoration work and then digitize. I was concerned that the water would harm the shellac surface, but the records came out clean with no harm to the records, and they were dry shortly after using the cotton cloths that came with the spin-clean. There is nothing in the spin-clean process that could scratch vinyl records, unless there was hard grit on already on the record surface. I would suggest that visible surface dirt be brushed off with a soft-bristled brush before immersing the record in the Spin-clean.I also cleaned a couple of 60-year-old home-recording discs. These discs have a very soft surface, and any grit on them could cause some real damage. There was already some visible and audible damage to the discs, and I can't say for sure that the spin-clean had actually added to damage already present.As for being overpriced, the price is high for what you get, but keep in mind that the high cost of the dies used to mold the parts must be amortized over the number actually sold, and this is a limited-volume market. Also, dies wear, and need tweaking and eventual rep...

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5.0 out of 5 stars

I was looking for a cost effective way to clean my old albums and this is an amazing system. Removes a tremendous amount of surface noise and static. Thank you SOOOOO much!!!...

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3.0 out of 5 stars

At first I wasn't sure that the records were becoming cleaner as some of them still had pops and crackles after cleaning. But after dumping out the cleaner from the tank I saw a lot of residue that had come of the records.It's a bit of a chore turning the records by hand and I would tire of it before I cleaned more than a dozen in a day. Still cheaper than the alternatives....

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4.0 out of 5 stars

While it's not one of these vaccuum power models that do everything but, the dishes...this one will suit your needs if you're not opposed to spinning the record yourself and drying them your self. The brush system and adjustable rollers that accomodate 45's, 78's, 10" Extended Plays or 12" LP's might be simple but, it does the job and really it's all you need! I ordered this one for the extra brushes and cleaning fluid but, you can even make the cleaning fluid yourself, later. But, this really was a pretty good bargain and does a fine job if you're not opposed to doing things manually and you don't mind providing the manpower!P.S. (Update to earlier review from March 2013 - added April 17th, 2013)We found that the records only get as clean as you are willing to put forth the time and effort for. Since we wrote our review, we've seen and used one of the fancy automatic ones and believe me, this one does the job, better, if you're willing to put in the effort, without the over the top price tag. It uses the same cleaning fluid as the expensive motorized ones and does an even better job because you can pay attention to details and especially dirty spots, are cleaned easi...

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5.0 out of 5 stars

Simple system that works just as advertised. Everything seems to be of high quality.I cleaned several old albums prior to doing an all vinyl radio show and some of the reallyold stuff surprised me with how great the sound was. All records sounded better than before....

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4.0 out of 5 stars

My wife and I have acquired about 200 old vinyl records that needed cleaning before they could be played. The cleaner is somewhat labor intensive, but does an excellent job....

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