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In Reply to: RE: Kirmuss Review, Part III posted by Eflatminor on January 28, 2024 at 15:48:31:
One fine detail to possibly consider with suction cleaning is the possibility thatf the more massive molecules might fall out of suspension and be left behind if the H2O is accelerated away from the surface too quickly.
since I am on the subject, I was just looking at an antique Decca record brush that has too small of a cleaning surface to be top notch handy, but has an intriguing design.
It's a round tube constructed of the usual looking material, foam backed , with the difference being that inside the tube is another foam humidifying tube, that is soaked in water to release atmospheric moisture, much like the devices used to keep wooden musical instrument from drying out, with the entire tube stored inside a hard plastic outer sleeve. the idea being that every time the cleaning tool is removed from the plastic outer sleeve, a slight static charge is given to the brush. how that works with an imperceptibly moist cleaning brush is beyond me, I probably grounded any slight change in handling the thing anyway.
I really appreciate that it now appears that cleaning records has advanced to such a level that a best solution has appeared, verses the multiple approaches that competed for validation not to long ago. .
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- RE: Kirmuss Review, Part III - beach cruiser 15:11:40 01/29/24 (0)