Take the Effort of Cleaning Your Vinyl LPs with the Acclaimed, Inexpensive Spin-Clean Record Washer System Starter Kit Mk2: Includes Everything You Need to Get Started Cleaning Records
The Spin-Clean Record Washer System Starter Kit Mk2 gets records clean, is easy to use, and doesn't cost a fortune. Spin-Clean also takes the effort out of cleaning records. Its brushes scrub both sides of the record simultaneously, rollers in the tank keep records safe from damage, and the fluid pulls dirt off the record and down to the bottom of the tank. Quick and effortless, this system has garnered rave reviews in The Absolute Sound, Stereophile, and more. Now there's truly no reason not to clean every record in your collection. This Record Washer System is available in two different packages: As a Starter Kit (shown here) and as a Complete System Kit. This version includes a record washer, wash fluid, one pair of washer brushes, one pair of washer rollers, and one pair of drying cloths. You can't go wrong with Spin-Clean. 100% Music Direct Guaranteed.
"Meet my new best friend, the Spin Clean Record Washing System. The results speak for themselves-less noise means more resolved music. Cleaner surfaces means a gain in perceived dynamic range."
– Neil Gader, The Absolute Sound, Editors' Choice Award
"It's cheap and it really, really works...I cleaned some dirty, fingerprint-encrusted records, and when I removed them from the vat, all dirt and fingerprints were gone... Not everyone wants to spend hundreds of bucks on a vacuum machine, and the Spin-Clean got the job done!"
Spin-Clean comes with everything you need to get started:
– Michael Fremer, Stereophile
- Record Washer
- 4 Oz Wash Fluid (cleans up to 400 records)
- 1 pair of Washer Brushes
- 1 pair of Washer Rollers
- 1 pair of Drying Cloths
- Easy-to-Follow Instructions (printed in the lid)
How to Use Spin-Clean
Simply mix a few caps of Spin-Clean Wash Fluid solution with water in the tank. Rotate the record slowly through the solution as the record brushes on either side scrub the record clean. Remove the record, place on a drying cloth, and wipe dry with another drying cloth.