Spin Clean Record Washer System MKII - Clear Complete System Kit by Accessories
Special Edition Clear Spin Clean Washer MkII Record Cleaner Value Package! Limited Production Worldwide!
"...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."
The Most Talked About Record Washer in the Industry is now even better. Introducing the Spin-Clean Record Washer MKII, now featuring the following improvements:
1. New improved UV grade resin for a more rigid and fade resistant washer basin.
The Spin-Clean System Complete Kit comes with:
Record Washer and Lid
The Spin Clean® Record Washer System has been one of the best value record washers since 1975. It is an extremely cost effective alternative, to all of the higher priced, automatic vacuum cleaner type machines. It uses a proprietary cleaning fluid that does not leave any build up or film on your records. It is also one of the few systems on the market that will clean albums, 45's and 78's. With the Spin-Clean system you mix the concentrated record cleaning solution with water in the clear reservoir base (small tank), The record stands vertically in the tray (as pictured), resting on adjustable rollers, as you rotate the record manually it passes through a set of two brushes that simultaneously deep cleans it on both sides. After you wash your records, you dry them off with a lint free cotton cloth.
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15 Reasons Why You Should Buy A SPIN CLEAN Record Washing System
"Beyond Compare in Record Care"
1. Spin Clean is the only record washing system on the market that is a “bath type” complete record cleaning system.
"Sublimely easy, there's nothing to plug in...Does it work? Does it ever!"
"...To me, the most important part of the system is the Spin-Clean Washer fluid, which has already become my favorite solution for cleaning vinyl...The unit is bright yellow for a reason: it allows one to see the amount of crud that has been removed from the grooves, as the dirt will rest at the bottom of the Spin-Clean unit...The Spin-Clean system works exactly as advertised. There was no denying it...the Spin-Clean Record Washer system is the best $60 one can spend to care for their LPs and enrich their listening environment...an insane value. It gets my heartiest recommendation." - Nels Ferre, Enjoy the Music.com, January 2010
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