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Pro-Ject Spin-Clean Record Washer System MKII

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Pro-Ject


Type: Cleaning

Pro-Ject Spin-Clean Record Washer System MKII 

Clean your valuable vinyls gentle, but efficient! Clean records sound much better and help to protect the stylus from dust. Spin Clean clears manually and is suitable for all kinds of records: LP‘s, 45‘s, 78‘s.

Spin Clean Record washer system includes all necessary parts:

  • Washer Basin and Lid
  • Washer Fluid 4oz
  • One Pair Brushes MKII
  • One Pair Rollers MKII
  • Two Washable Drying Cloths

The cleaning process is extremely simple! First you fill distlled water into the basin, than you add washer fluid and insert the record you want to clean.

Both sides of the record are clarified in one go and dust remains at the bottom of the basin. Of course all components of Spin-Clean are available as accessory!

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Robbie Elphick
Clean records , happy stylus

I’ve manually cleaned many of my records.
Using the spin clean MK11. You can clearly hear a difference. Easy to use , very simple setup and you can do a couple and put the lid on and go back a little later and everything ready to go. Very happy with the product..

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Christian Paynter

Great

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Gil Wildman
Spin-Clean

Lives up to all the claims for a complete LP record cleaning system, impressed

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Steve robinson
Great product

Very good product and service from Australian HiFi,

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Kieran Mills
Disappointing waste of time and money.

I read a lot of positive reviews about this device regarding it's effectiveness on reducing noise and static. I followed the instruction to a tee and if anything, noise was increased. Also the 2 drying cloths supplied become saturated very quickly meaning that you can only wash and dry 3-4 records before having to let the cloths dry out. Even the name 'Spin-clean' is a bit of a misnomer. The mechanism is so tight that you pretty much have to wrench the record around in order to rotate it, even on older thin vinyl. I can't even imagine trying it on 180g pressings.