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Record Restoration & Cleaning Service
Record Restoration & Cleaning Service
Record Restoration & Cleaning Service
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Record Restoration & Cleaning Service

$10.95
Tax included.
    DESCRIPTION
    Features
    • Vinyl records professionally restored by The VRC Method
    • Shellac records (78s) professionally restored with VRC 78
      • RECORD RESTORE! has been measured as improving older record's signal to noise ratio by an average of 11dB and an 8dB improvement in peak noise floor. Channel separation is also enhanced
      • RECORD RESTORE! has been noted to remove noise left behind by ultrasonic, vacuuming and other RCM types
      • LPs are re-sleeved in high quality anti-static sleeves
      • Treated album covers marked with a VRCS mini sticker
      • Album covers with split seams are repaired
      • Courier service to collect and return your valuable records

      The Process

      • Once your order is placed a record storage box will be sent to you for packing with your records and a worksheet provided for listing of the records
      • A courier service will deliver the box to the Vinyl Record Cleaning Company
      • Records are cleaned by The VRC Method with each record marked off on the prepared schedule
      • Problematic records are twice cleaned by the VRC Method with each record marked off on the prepared schedule
      • Restored records returned by courier in the storage box
      Problem Vinyl Discs

      Use the provided order form to indicate albums which are particularly noisy or have resisted alternative cleaning attempts at noise elimination

      Shellac 78s

      The older type records, usually referred to as "78s", were made of shellac, a material that does not tolerate alcohol, a common ingredient in modern cleaners. VRC 78 is a special formulation which achieves deep cleaning without risk to the more fragile shellac record material.

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