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SPIN-CLEAN - STARTER KIT RECORD WASHER SYSTEM Mk2

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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: SPIN CLEAN
  • Model: 0837654769218

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 15 x 9.3 x 6.2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 2.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B002UKSZUU
  • Item model number: 0837654769218
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (266 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: May 13, 2008

Product Description

Spin-Clean Record Washer System Starter Kit The Least Expensive Record Cleaning Machine We've Ever Offered The Spin-Clean gets records clean, is easy to use and doesn't cost a fortune. Spin-Clean also takes the effort out of cleaning records, the brushes scrub both sides of the record simultaneously, rollers in the tank keep records safe from damage and the fluid pulls dirt off the record and down to the bottom of the tank. Quick, easy and reasonably priced, now there's no reason not to clean every record in your collection. The Record Washer System is available two ways, as a Starter Kit and as a Complete System Kit. "Meet my new best friend, the Spin Clean Record Washing System. The results speak for themselves-less noise means more resolved music. Cleaner surfaces means a gain in perceived dynamic range. Spin Clean just announced a new MK II version. No doubt a great device made even better!" - Neil Gader, The Absolute Sound "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!" - Michael Fremer, Stereophile Spin-Clean comes with everything needed to get started: Record Washer 4 Oz Wash Fluid (Cleans up to 400 records!) 1 pair of Washer Brushes 1 pair of Washer Rollers 1 pair of Drying Cloths Easy To Follow Instructions (printed in the lid, so you can't lose them!) How To Use Spin-Clean Simply mix a few capfulls of Spin-Clean Wash Fluid solution with water in the tank. Rotate the record slowly through the solution as the record brushes on either side scrub the record clean. Remove the record, place on a drying cloth and wipe dry with another drying cloth. 15 Reasons To Buy A Spin-Clean Record Washing System Spin-Clean is the only record washing system on the market that is a "bath type" complete

Customer Reviews

That alone was worth the money!
Michael J. Turner
Water looks dirty and records look clean.
Anne Dunne
I think others buyers will say the same.
Jose Luis

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

193 of 197 people found the following review helpful By K. Polzin on July 24, 2010
Previously, I used a carbon fiber brush before playing every record, and I cleaned dirty records with a Discwasher brush. The Spin Clean has taken the place of the Discwasher.

In my experience, the Spin Clean removes all visible dust and dirt and leaves the record surface looking clean. It also reduces static, even after you put the LP away and take it back out again. With very dusty LPs, I notice a nice reduction in noise. The Spin Clean doesn't remove anything really challenging - the kinds of things I've successfully removed with a sponge and warm water - so you may want to clean those spots before Spin Cleaning the LP. I recommend the Spin Clean, if for no other reason than less dust should mean less record wear.

Some have written that the Spin Clean is just a big cheap piece of plastic. As with any product, you are paying for the design and engineering, not just the materials. I'm not able to mold plastic into the shape of a record cleaner, but for $80, Spin Clean can.

Some tips: 1. I bought some microfiber towels to dry my records with when they come out of the Spin Clean. They are thicker and more absorbent than the Spin Clean drying towels. My records seem even quieter. I'm guessing this is because all the water (with any contaminants) is drawn into the towels before it can air dry onto the record. Eurow Microfiber 16 x 16 in. 300 GSM Cleaning Towels 12-Pack (Green) 2. Also, when you fill the Spin Clean to just below the rollers, as instructed, the innermost grooves on some records don't get submerged in fluid (though they do get wiped by the brushes).
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106 of 110 people found the following review helpful By M. Hunter on June 12, 2010
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Yes, I'd rather have a $400 record cleaning machine. But, after using the kitchen sink and various brushes and rags, this makes things so much easier. The amazing part to me is how the label stays dry, yet it cleans right up close to the edge. The Spin Clean is just a big plastic reservoir, with brushes, and probably overpriced. It's all about efficiency, though. It will do a good job on all but the filthiest disks and it's idiot-proof.
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30 of 31 people found the following review helpful By M. Bialek on January 22, 2010
Before you play any album new or used, do yourself a favor and run your LP through this manual cleaner. It makes a big difference. All you need is the cleaner (provided), some distilled water, some soft clean lint free towels (T-shirts), and a little time. The unit comes with some towels but nice cotton t-shirts work the best.

Put the album in and spin it 3-4 revolutions, pull the album almost fully out and let it lean against one of the rollers to drip dry. Lay the towel(T-shirt)on a flat surface and lay the album on top. Cover the album with another towel and it will soak up about 95% of the water. Wipe the remainder of the water off "parallel with the record grooves" and the remaining water will be removed. I've cleaned over 300 lp's in my unit and it still works great. I had one of the rollers break, but all I did was call and they sent me two replacements in the mail.
Now there are better cleaning machines out there, but if you have a little time on your hands, and you don't mind a little work, save the $400-$600 and buy yourself some more vinyl. You won't be disapointed.
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48 of 53 people found the following review helpful By Capt.Mark on September 22, 2012
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I purchased this through Amazon-I'm in the midst of a Home Theater/Audiophile revival, and in so doing I pulled out my last two remaining milk cartons of old vinyl- that have survived four states of moving, three non-air conditioned garages, two wives (!), and one hell of a set of memories to relive by cleaning them up and ripping them to 24/96 hi res files and DVD Audio for posterity and posterior. I've pulled out my old Denon DP-45f, bought a new DL-110 MC cartridge (review on that coming up-awesome!) and started to wipe 40 years of grime, fingerprints, hair gel, and shame off some old classics.

This thing WORKS! As a test of both the cartridge and the cleaner I brushed off an orignal LP of Linda Ronstadt's Hasten Down the Wind, a release that I abused the vinyl and the cover of on many occasions as a young lad...Side Two has great accapella vocals, tight drums, and a lot of dynamic moments that will expose dirt in the vinyl. First pass of the side was pretty good actually-I was expecting a lot more wear and tear on a disc that didn't spend much time in it's sleeve.

I followed the easy one page instructions on the Spin Clean (and I did go to YouTube and see an excellent and wonderfully geeky home demo there the day before it arrived). Using distilled water and three cap-fulls of the cleaner on the brushes per the instruction I slid the record in the gap, three turns back, three turns forth, and BAM. I set it on a micofiber cloth and used the included surgical cloth to wipe it dry in a swirl motion, flipping it over and repeating the same on the other side. Deceptively simple and ingenius.

Not changing a thing on the A/V system I reloaded the disc and played Side Two again. The difference was immediately noticable.
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