No, Divinyl Lp Cleaner only consist of raw materials that are completely safe on the vinyl’s delicate surface. Your record is in safe hands!
PVA glue is designed to bind to the surfaces it is applied to, and was not specifically conceived to clean records. It therefore only performs the mechanical function of peeling.
PVA glue is hard to remove and often doesn’t peel away cleanly from the vinyl surface. Tiny, brittle fragments of the dried fil can break away and get stuck in the grooves of the records.
PVA glue is not water soluble – Divinyl Lp Cleaner is!
When PVA glue is applied to a vinyl record and left to dry, it then needs to be forcefully peeled from the surface. Separating the dried layer creates an enormous static charge which gets absorbed by the surface of the vinyl record… Divinyl LP Cleaner contains antistatic agent tha solves this problem.
A longer drying time means more contact time with the surface, ensuring a deeper cleaning action.
Fast drying products usually contain solvents that might be too aggressive and permanently damage the record.
For faster drying, ensure that there is adequate room ventilation.
Applied in the right amount, it is possible to clean up to 11 records (A&B side) with a single bottle (200 gr.)
Divinyl LP Cleaner contains a small amount of isopropyl alcohol that might ruin shellac records, so the answer is no!
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