Record Revirginizer is a premium polymer blend that restores vinyl records close to original condition.
One bottle cleans 16 albums (using 20 ml per side), each bottle comes with a swing tags that folds out to make tabs that can be perforated off, you place the tab on the album once you have spread the goo. The tabs acts as a lever to peel the dried film off – along with the wax and grit. As the peel comes off it removes the dust and wax from the records grooves bringing most albums back to almost original condition.
Every good product starts with a problem. For us it was the crackles and popping sounds in our beloved vinyl.
While many people believe that the pops and crackles are because their vinyl records are “scratched” beyond repair, the real problem is most likely to be dust and mould that is ground into the vinyl grooves.
You can tell the difference between scratches and dusty waxy build-up by listening closely. If you hear pops and crackles all the way round, it is more than likely caused by build-up in the microscopic ridges located within the grooves of the record.
This build-up is caused by the friction of the stylus passing over the tiny ridges and generating just enough heat to make the tiny ridges sticky. The stylus then picks up loose material as it travels through the grooves and deposits them on the sticky ridges where they stay.
Conventional record brushes cannot remove this microscopic material and while some record cleaners may remove some, none will efficiently lift out all the dirt and mould caught between the grooves.
That is where Record Revirginizer is different.
The distinctive blue solution has been formulated with just the enough elasticity to remove all the embedded material from the record grooves while ensuring no residue is left behind. The anti-static properties of the formula ensure that once the film is pealed away, your vinyl will be static free.
I am only one LP into using the liquid, but the result was very good. Still need to get used to the application process and the LP used certainly had much less sound issues. Will be certainly sing this on my less than Mint records..
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