Record Revirginizer is the best solution for thoroughly cleaning your precious vinyl record collection, without the need for expensive cleaning machines and multi part cleaning solutions.
Record Revirginizer isn't just a cleaning fluid, it is an anti-static polymer which adhere to the playing surface and once dry peels away removing microscopic dirt, and residue leaving you with the cleanest sound your LP's have ever heard.
How does it work?
Record Revirginizer is poured directly onto the surface of the record. It is then massaged into the surface and left to set, this can take between 4-12 hours depending on relative humidity of the room. Once set peeling is easy and removes all micro particles and contaminants, like a facemask but for your music.
Full instructions can be found on Record Revirginizers website below.
Reviewed by Brendan
Posted on 07/12/2016
Excellent but needs patience
I don't have an RCM, nor 1000s of LPs.. Just building a collection again. This is ideal for the LP thats scratch/scuff free but has lots of pops and clicks from dirt. It comes up like new. I've used this on some VG+ eBay and market purchases and they are now like Mint vinyl. Has saved me a fortune.
Reviewed by FatBaldOldBloke
Posted on 14/10/2015
I've just used this for the first time to rescue a record I could only find 2nd hand, and the transformation is incredible.
It won't remove scratches (obviously) and if you have bought a record made from recycled vinyl, there may be pops and clicks because of the poor manufacture quality which it can't cure.
OK, its a bit fiddly, and it ain't quick (I left mine 20 hours to dry, but that included overnight and it was cold), and you wouldn't want to do your entire record collection in one sitting, but the results are well worth the effort, especially if you have a particularly valued/valuable record that's producing lots of surface noise.
Follow the instructions, take your time, and this stuff will reward your efforts
Reviewed by Arioch of Chaos
Posted on 10/01/2015
If you have tried the aquatic methods of record cleaning and have not obtained the desired results then a flirtation with gel is worth a try.
If you have tried the aquatic methods of record cleaning and have not obtained the desired results then perhaps a flirtation with gel is worth a try.
Having bought second hand pressings of Pink floyds first 4 albums from the market one sunday the background crackle after application of cleaning solution and a vacuum a couple of times left room for improvement and gel in the form of record revirginizer was applied.
It took a few attempts to get the technique correct this being me first usage of the “australian blue” but the results were impressive and the investment on the market can now be said to have been well worth it with the crackles reduced to a minimal level and the odd pop.
With regards to technique then this is what I found to be benificial:
1) The use of an icing cake turntable with a gimp mat on top
2) While the use of clean fingers is recommended, I found a latex gloved finger was better at gliding the gel across the record
3) Obtaining a clean peel leaving no/few bits to be rubbed off separately was key to feeling well satisfied with Record Revirginizer this was was done by:
a.Spreading the gel in the centre of the record and leaving the edge half inch until last then using the cake icing tables rotation to work the gel up to the ridge on the records edge but not past it. If gel goes over the edge then it blobs on the other side. Not a disaster as the removal technique works well. Recorder Revirginizer does peel well
b.Using a strip of paper to bridge the compete record playing surface from the outside through to the label. Thus, when dry ensuring that during the initial peel that the whole width of the dried film can be parted before peeling the rest of the record
4) Using a gel that takes upto 12 hours per side to dry is certainly a daunting prospect for a large record collection. However, for records that have not responded to more aquatic cleaning or are highly prized then it’s worth trying in my view so that you can decide for yourself.
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