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RCA RD-1006 Discwasher Vinyl Record Care System

by RCA
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  • Unique Microfiber Pad
  • D4+TM Fluid Safely Removes Dust And Dirt From Record Surface Without Scratching
  • Includes 1.25 Oz Cleaning Fluid And Storage Box
  • Quick Healing For Stains
  • Easy And Safe To Use
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WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 9.8 x 7.6 x 2 inches ; 7.2 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B000KMZKTO
  • California residents: Click here for Proposition 65 warning.
  • Item model number: RD1006
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (334 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank:
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: November 19, 2003

Product Description

Removes dust dirt & fingerprints from vinyl records. Ideal for use with all vinyl records, wet system includes vinyl record cleaning pad, mini dust brush & cleaning solution. Includes handy storage pouch

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Records are clean as can be and it removes dust wonderfully.
Matt S,
I had been using a soft cloth dustcloth, folded and dampened with water to clean off the dust.
Richard R. Graf
I'd suggest you try to find an old one somewhere but don't bother wasting money on this.
MikeP996

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

425 of 434 people found the following review helpful By Bill Camarata on June 26, 2008
Length: 2:24 Mins
I bought this because my old discwasher from the seventies was falling apart. What a rip off! This does not have the fibers that point in one direction that actually pick up dust and dirt, like the original product. If you found this video review and demonstration informative, visit my web site and let me know. Thanks!
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347 of 356 people found the following review helpful By E. Zwerling on January 9, 2007
I recently revived my old stereo and hundreds of LP albums from the basement. There are many of these albums that never made it to CD, and I also wanted to see what people were talking about when they say that analog vinyl has a warmth that digital CDs do not. Now, a week later, I really do understand.

But with that warmth comes dust and dirt, which is not a problem for CDs. I remembered that back in the day the standard of excellence for disk cleaning was the Discwasher. I spent about an hour looking for my old one, gave up and bought a new one, now made by RCA.

The old company either went bankrupt or just sold out, but RCA has run this product into the ground - it's not what you remember. Now made in China, the wood handle is imprecisely cut so that the bottle no longer fits well inside. Instead, it gets lodged and took some time to dislodge. That's not a big issue however, but indicative of how the quality isn't what it used to be.

The real issue, however, is the cleaning pad. The old model had ridges of material that ran lengthwise to the handle, with the fibers angled so that they dug into the grooves and pulled out the dust, holding onto it. That's why it worked so well. What's the pad covered with now? It appears to be brown corduroy, with ridges, yes, but the fibers have no particular orientation. Thus, it does not dig into the grooves and does an even worse job of holding onto the dirt it does dislodge. I was almost going to give up on the new Discwasher as the results were so second rate.

I was very disappointed, but thought maybe my memory had built the old Discwasher into something Herculean that didn't match reality. Memory has a way of accentuating either the positives of negatives.
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297 of 307 people found the following review helpful By E. Zwerling on January 8, 2007
I recently revived my old stereo and hundreds of LP albums from the basement. There are many of these albums that never made it to CD, and I also wanted to see what people were talking about when they say that analog vinyl has a warmth that digital CDs do not. Now, a week later, I really do understand.

But with that warmth comes dust and dirt, which is not a problem for CDs. I remembered that back in the day the standard of excellence for disk cleaning was the Discwasher. I spent about an hour looking for my old one, gave up and bought a new one, now made by RCA.

The old company either went bankrupt or just sold out, but RCA has run this product into the ground - it's not what you remember. Now made in China, the wood handle is imprecisely cut so that the bottle no longer fits well inside. Instead, it gets lodged and took some time to dislodge. That's not a big issue however, but indicative of how the quality isn't what it used to be.

The real issue, however, is the cleaning pad. The old model had ridges of material that ran lengthwise to the handle, with the fibers angled so that they dug into the grooves and pulled out the dust, holding onto it. That's why it worked so well. What's the pad covered with now? It appears to be brown corduroy, with ridges, yes, but the fibers have no particular orientation. Thus, it does not dig into the grooves and does an even worse job of holding onto the dirt it does dislodge. I was almost going to give up on the new Discwasher as the results were so second rate.

I was very disappointed, but thought maybe my memory had built the old Discwasher into something Herculean that didn't match reality. Memory has a way of accentuating either the positives of negatives.
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82 of 83 people found the following review helpful By T. Banney on December 21, 2008
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This is NOT the original! I was horribly disappointed with this purchase. Thankfully, I kept my original Discwasher and continue to use this 25+ year-old product over this new piece of junk!
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99 of 102 people found the following review helpful By MikeP996 on March 13, 2008
This is junk compared to the Discwasher that we all knew and used in the vinyl era. The name be the same but the product is essentially ineffective compared to the original. I'd suggest you try to find an old one somewhere but don't bother wasting money on this. I used it once and tossed it in the trash can. You can do better with a t-shirt. The pad is nothing like the pad on the original - it does NOT get into the record grooves. You can do as well with an old (clean) T shirt!
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74 of 75 people found the following review helpful By Michael Campbell on July 30, 2007
This is horrible...what happen to discwasher? It doesn't do what it advertises...remove dirt....they mean pushes dirt around the grooves.
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59 of 60 people found the following review helpful By R. Jarvis on September 19, 2008
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The item pictured is the original Discwasher system. The item you get is the new one from RCA with a different handle and completely different material on the business side. And the new item is vastly inferior to the original. This used to be one of the best products out there, now I'm looking for other, better record cleaning solutions.
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42 of 43 people found the following review helpful By E. Neubaum on December 4, 2008
I completely concur with other reviewers who have compared this with the original made-in-USA Discwasher. The wood feels cheaply finished, the bottle gets stuck, and the pad is just plain corduroy, nothing like the old directional bristles. Also, when applying the cleaning fluid to the pad, the old design allowed for an even dispersion with just 2 or 3 drops. The new material, however, immediately absorbs the fluid (which now seems to be mostly alcohol) so it takes about 10 drops to get semi-even coverage. If you can find a non-RCA original Discwasher, buy it!
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