1) Spin Clean, 3 to 5 times clockwise, then counter, with prescribed distilled water and solution. 2) Gently shake LP over reservoir till dripping slows. 3) Play side 1 (using foam or felt mat). 4) Repeat 1. 5) Repeat 2. 6) Play side 2. 7) Gently wipe dry with microfiber towel. Eight) Replace in clean sleeve till the next playing. 9) Stop buying and collecting damaged LP's. 10) Cull less than near mint LP's for a second stack. 11) Segregate the better condition LP's. 12) Enjoy the cleanest, quietest playback I've experienced in 50 years of music loving. 13) Repeat till out of records, at which time, switch to 24/192 computer files on shuffle while mat dries.
No rusty cantilevers, no stylus damage, no rotted rubber grommets, no nothing but maximum enjoyment with no drawbacks whatsoever. You'll actually find yourself playing the B stack more because of how much improved their playback is after a full round of this plan, as opposed to whatever you were(n't) doing before.
Life is too short to second guess what obviously works. Beware fuzzy math and bunk science. Let your ears decide. Werd.
Freedom is the right to discipline yourself.