woodyg3 wrote:A "recipe" for cleaning solution which came from a local used record dealer: 1 part Kodak "Photo-Flow" solution to 10 parts water. (Photo-Flow is available at photography stores in the darkroom section. It is used to help prevent drying marks on film after it has been developed.) I have tried this solution on a few records and it really seems to do the job well. It is very inexpensive! - Woody
1 part kodak photo flow to 10 parts water !!!
Be carreful with the photo flow !
it's normally one drop for a litter !!
My homebrew :
1/3 alcool (99Â°) 2/3 demineralized water and a drop of photo flow
this + a VPI 16.5 = happiness
and no alcool on shellac (78t) records !!!!