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AM Record Cleaner

AM Record Cleaner

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AM Record Cleaner





Since 1971, the AM Record cleaner is the safest and most effective way to freshen up your record collection.

AM Record Cleaner is the original non-abrasive deep cleaning solution, specially formulated to eliminate dust, dirt and static build-up. Experience dramatically improved sound quality and prolonged record life. The reduction in friction during playback will also hugely benefit the longevity of your stylus. Ideal for every day cleaning or even the dirtiest vinyl. Apply the solution to the lint free cotton cloth to absorb oil and grime without leaving a residue.

- 200ml non-abrasive and residue-free vinyl cleaning fluid
- Includes lint free cotton cloth
- Safely and efficiently eliminates dust, dirt and static buildup
- Cleans up to 1000 record sides


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