Introducing the Gold Standard in vinyl record cleaning…
VRC Easy Spread n’ Peel is a totally new vinyl record cleaning film. Designed for use with the Vinyl Record Cleaning System, VRC Easy Spread n’ Peel is the newest addition to the spread and peel genre of vinyl record cleaning products.
A New Vinyl Record Cleaning Product with major advances
- Better clean rate: 20 x 12” LP sides per 100ml. That’s probably more than three times as many as what you’re achieving now
- Easier application: a measured dose and new VRC application brush
- Better performance: no underside drips when dual side cleaning
- Easier film removal: remove the film quickly and easily with new VRC adhesive tape
VRC Easy Spread n’ Peel offers the most effective deep clean of the grooves on a vinyl record. Effective cleaning demands that all foreign matter including dirt, dust, oils, nicotine (think favourite 70s and 80s albums), mould release, spores, the abraded diamond stylus dust must be first dissolved through wet cleaning; indeed most record cleaners start this way, by creating a slurry.
The trick then is how to achieve total removal of the slurry.
VRC Easy Spread n’ Peel achieves this by drying to a tight film which is then peeled off the record. With all the crud dissolved and captured in the film the record groove is left totally clean; quite pristine. Trying to coax the slurry away by sucking or other methods must leave something behind as the last of the slurry will inevitably dry and deposit on the groove wall.
VRC Easy Spread n’ Peel record cleaning film combined with the Vinyl Record Cleaning (VRC) System is a breakthrough combination in total vinyl cleaning. The VRC equipment has been proven as the most efficient and effective method of spread-and-peel type cleaner application methodology and now VRC Easy Spread n’ Peel builds on this by slashing usage rates for the most efficient and low cost vinyl record clean.
Here’s a picture of the improvement possible with VRC Easy Spread n’ Peel:
This 1974 recording of Walter Norris was recorded before VRC Easy Spread n’ Peel and immediately after. The yellow line is the alignment marker at the first piano chords on track one, usually the noisiest part of a record (because this is where fingers lea ve their oils). Apart from a huge reduction in overall noise it is possible to see where gaps have opened up, gaps once full of gunk. Now this was a particularly dirty record; being a 70s recording it may have found itself repeatedly exposed to smokey playing environments, and there’s nothing quite as sticky as nicotine. Needless to say, it is playing much better now!
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See us at the International HiFi Show Australian Record Fair, Pullman Mercure Hotel, Albert Park, Melbourne November 3-5. Demonstrations and product sales.