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Record Doctor RxLP® (16 oz., non-concentrated)

Ready-to-use record cleaning fluid

Item # 325XLPRCS

This safe, alcohol-free record cleaning fluid is ready to go straight out of the bottle, no mixing required.

This safe, alcohol-free record cleaning fluid is ready to go straight out of the bottle, no mixing required.

Item # 325XLPRCS

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$17.95

About the Record Doctor RxLP® (16 oz., non-concentrated)

This safe, alcohol-free record cleaning fluid is ready to go straight out of the bottle, no mixing required. It's a laboratory-grade cleaner that removes dust, dirt, grease, grime, and mold from vinyl records.

This safe, alcohol-free record cleaning fluid is ready to go straight out of the bottle, no mixing required. It's a laboratory-grade cleaner that removes dust, dirt, grease, grime, and mold from vinyl records.

This fluid is can be used with Record Doctor V and Record Doctor VI record cleaning machines.

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Product highlights:

  • safely removes dust, dirt, grease, grime and mold from vinyl records
  • 16-ounce bottle
  • alcohol-free
  • for use with Record Doctor record cleaning machines
  • ready-to-use, non-concentrated solution
  • warranty: 1 year
  • Our 60-day money-back guarantee
  • MFR # RDRXLPRCS

What's in the box:

  • 16.0 Fluid ounces of record cleaning solution

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Record Cleaning Solution: Boost the performance of your record cleaning machine (such as the Record Doctor V or VI) with Record Doctor RxLP Cleaning Solution. The active ingredient in RxLP is a laboratory-grade industrial-strength cleaner ideal for safely removing dust, dirt, grease, mold, and other grime from vinyl records and LPs.

Instructions For Use: The alcohol-free RxLP cleaning solution is easy to use with the Record Doctor and other record cleaning machines. There's nothing to mix; tt's ready to use right out of the plastic applicator bottle.

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Does this have to be used with a record cleaning machine or can you apply it by soft cloth onto the record itself?
[ Chrissy  Feb 06, 2021 ]
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I think that would work fine. You can also buy it as a concentrate and mix it with a gallon of water and that may be the best way to buy this. Best Wishes!
[ Paul  Feb 07, 2021 ]
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I have never used a record cleaning machine. I have a record cleaning brush that I apply it to... a few drops along the edge. Then I use my finger to make sure it's evenly spread across it. I imagine a soft cloth would work also. Definitely avoid touching record grooves with skin... like fingers... alot of oils on skin
[ PATRICK  Feb 07, 2021 ]
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You could, but the vacuum on the record cleaner really gets into the grooves and cleans it better. Enter an answer to this question.
[ MICHAEL DAVID  Feb 07, 2021 ]
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I use it with a standard record cleaner all the time. No problems.
[ Todd  Feb 06, 2021 ]
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I think a rinse after using might be good since the record cleaners vacuum up the excess from the grooves.
[ Scott  Feb 06, 2021 ]
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How many LP sides will one 16 oz. bottle clean?
[ WILLIAM P.  Nov 17, 2020 ]
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Sorry for the delay in answering this question, but when I received this I really had no idea. I measured out 2 ounces to see how many albums I could do, but then the weather got better and I did some long overdue yard work for several days. (I know, poor priorities.) Anyway I've now almost used up those 2 ounces, and I've done 18 albums. It looks like I've got enough for a couple more, so I would say 2 ounces does 20 albums so 16 ounces should do about 160 albums. But my recommendation to you, (if it is not too late), is to buy the concentrate. Instead of mixing a whole gallon, do it either 4 or 16 ounces at a time. I had bought a 16 ounce bottle and decided to buy the concentrate after I used that up. I use 7.5 ml of the concentrate and fill the 16 ounce container with distilled water, shake it, then let it sit for a bit. By the way, I use a lot more solution per record than I did at the beginning. When I started, I was just putting several drops in a line like they were doing in the YouTube videos, then spreading it out with the provided brush. No liquid was ever accumulating in the tank, so I started just leaving the plug out. I decided that might be reducing the "suction" during the cleaning, so now I keep the plug in while I'm cleaning a record. I now do 6 to 9 records during a session. I'll put a good line of liquid on the record before spreading it around, then add some more if it doesn't look like I got all the grooves wet. I double check each side to make sure they are completely dry before putting the record in its sleeve or giving it a spin. After each session I take the plug out and now there is definitely some accumulated liquid. I play each record and I am amazed at how good most of them sound after all these years. (A combination of the Record Doctor, a new turntable, an upgraded stylus, and regular stylus cleaning!)
[ James  Nov 24, 2020 ]
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Hundreds
[ WILLIAM  Nov 17, 2020 ]

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