|Warranty length||1 Year|
Wash Cycle: Fluid application
Drying: Vaccum removal phase
Type: Wet cleaning/vacuum removal
Mechanism: Powered Turntable
Internal reservoir: Drainable
Enclosure: 16swg steel housing
Lid: HQ injection moulded smoked
1 Litres Record Cleaning Fluid
50 x Poly lined Inner Sleeves
Replacement vacuum tube pads
The MKII version of Moth's classic record cleaning machine allows for bi-directional operation of the turntable in both the fluid application 'Wash' cycles and in the vacuum 'Drying' phase. The vacuum tube has been modified to allow for the new two way movement and to offer a more efficient vacuum system. A full size dark acrylic lid is fitted to the MKII Moth Record Cleaning machine. This cleaner is supplied as a "kit" in some places, but we only supply the full made version - allowing you to use it straight away!
The Moth Record Cleaning machine is a wet cleaning/Vacuum removal device with powered turntable and drainable internal reservoir. Fluid is applied by hand to a rotating record, scrubbed, and drawn off by a high efficiency vacuum system into a drainable reservoir. The unit is housed in a 16swg. Steel enclosure and finished off by a high quality injection moulded smoked lid. The machine has been designed to be rugged enough for both the professional cleaning service and the domestic private user.
Record cleaning machines have long been accepted as the most efficient way of cleaning and renovating vinyl LP's singles and 78's and few companies can claim to have a greater knowledge of them than MOTH. Collections of 1000+ records by enthusiasts are common, and the purchase of second hand records in large batches is increasing, as new records become less obtainable.
Professional Kit Included
- Dispenser Bottle
- Applicator Brush
- 1 Litres Record Cleaning Fluid
- 50 x Poly lined Inner Sleeves
- Replacement vacuum tube pads
10 Jul 2014Having recently acquired a large variety of used vinyl to add to my already sizable collection, I needed something effective to clean the vinyl in volume. Most of the albums were in excellent, near mint or mint condition, but many had gathered dust, dirt and even some mould in a few cases over the years.
I tried the VPI 16.5 record cleaning machine and also a Nitty Gritty at a bake off but found these hard to find these in the UK so I started looking for an available alternative. This firm had provided excellent service in the past so I called to discuss options and low and behold they sell this machine that they recommended. They offered a home trial on the machine which I duly accepted and over several hours of cleaning, I was impressed with the build quality and how effectively the machine cleaned vinyl to a shiny finish without exception.
Its of no small comfort that accessories are easily available along with replacement cleaning fluid as and when they are required.