How to Clean Vinyl Records with Record Cleaning Brush - Vinyl Record Rescue

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Record Rescue is sponsoring today’s post, but as always, all thoughts and opinions are my own.*ad

For anyone who loves vinyl records keeping the quality of records in mint condition is a must. Wiping with a damp cloth is not advisable since fibers can scratch records. It's better to use a good quality record cleaning brush. 

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I recently had a chance to review the Vinyl Record Rescue  Cleaning Brush which is a carbon Fiber brush with soft bristles. The bristles safely remove dust and dirt particles keeping records clean and static free.  One million carbon fibers provide deep yet gentle clean!

Instructions for Using a Record Cleaning Brush

1. Place your record on the turntable to start rotation.
2. Holding the red part of the brush, gently hold and position the brush in the grooves as the record spins. Let the record rotate 1 or 2 times until the dust has been collected.
3. Keeping the brush on the vinyl, carefully pull the brush toward you and try not to lose any of the collected dust. It may be necessary to perform a second pass to sweep up any remaining dust particles.
4. That's it!

“I received this product at a discounted rate in exchange for my unbiased review.”

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