The Dreaded Fluff.

Stu78

Senior Stratmaster
Apr 20, 2019
2,203
Scotland
Get's everywhere!

All my vinyl is cleaned before it even hits the turntable. They are all stored in anti static poly sleeves. I clean my turntable weekly and I still have to suffer the dreaded fluff.

Can ruin a good evenings listening, especially when it skips. šŸ˜”.

Anyway first world problems, rant over. šŸ™‚
 
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Jimi Lightning

Most Honored Senior Member
Dec 21, 2016
6,517
Ontario, Canada
@StratoMutt ā€¦ dust is a given with regards to vinyl, but you have to chance that with CD rot (and they do rot) and how easily they scratched. Or tapes that stretch and breakā€¦
It all depends on what media your comfortable with
(silently whispersā€¦vinyl is superiorā€¦ ) :)
 

rcole_sooner

Most Honored Senior Member
Mar 11, 2010
9,805
Oklahoma City, OK
I think one can get MP3 recordings of vinyl records, then you can listen to vinyl without needing a record player or need to clean ever again.

You're welcome. :thumb:

šŸ¤£
 

Engine Swap

Senior Stratmaster
Dec 23, 2019
1,230
Chicago
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rocknrollrich

Most Honored Senior Member
Jan 8, 2016
7,292
philadelphia
Serious question (I'm not a vinyl expert)...
Could you use a can of air to clean them?
(Like a can of computer duster air).

A no touch cleaning method?
 


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