My Diy Record Cleaning Machine

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    oceanobsession

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    I thought i would post a few pics, ive still got to fit a switch, you use it with a vac.
     
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    Look like it means business.

    I suppose the key to this type of machine is a clean pad.

    What are the results like?
     
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    Re My Diy Record Cleaning Machine

    Results are great the 240v motor which is geared down to 12 rpm is very strong
    sucktion does not stop it neither does working the cleaning fluid in,£9.99 + pp
    velvett £10.45 luchbox£3.99 stainless cost £15.00 the rest i had around the house
    it would be nice to fit the vacum motor in the box maybe another day.
     
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    Excellent work.

    Sell them as kits!
     
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    That looks good was that the motor from greenweld?
     
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    If you place the motor in the box.

    Try using a 1400 -1800 watt unit with variable speed control this would help to keep the noise down.
     
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    Re my diy record cleaning machine

    yes the motor was from greenweld (bargain)
     
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