Clean your vinyl records with wood glue

March 19, 2010 | 1 Comment

Vinyl Record - Ghetto Macro courtesy of Roomic Cube
Photo courtesy of Roomic Cube

March 19th, 2010 – Do you have some dirty records laying around that aren’t sounding their best because of all the contaminates? Well surprisingly you can use wood glue to clean them up. The process involves spreading wood glue over the entire surface of the record (not including the label), and waiting for it to dry. At that point, you peel off the glue and it should have grabbed all the dust, grime and oil off the record. You can check out the technique in the video embedded below. Looks like it works pretty well.

via Lifehacker

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  1. Delphia says: June 28, 2015

    I have actually read your Clean your vinyl records with wood glue once more
    and once again. It’s so interesting.

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