Brand: Acoustech


Acoustech Big Brush Record Brush

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Dissipate static and wipe away harmful dust, lint and dirt with one simple stroke of the Acoustech Big Brush. Unlike some record brushes, this model fits across the entire radius of a 12-inch LP. Its bristles are made of a unique blend of soft natural hairs and conductive synthetic fibers that result in effective static dissipation. Packaged in a re-sealable pouch. For use on LPs, film, glass, plastics and negatives.

"Ever have one of those little carbon-fiber record-cleaning brushes slip out of your hand while you're dusting off an LP, and end up with one that's dust-free but now screatched? Acoustic Sounds figures you have, and recently began marketing AcousTech's The Big Record Brush, a large-handled brush of soft bristles, bothe natural hairs and conductive synthetic fibers. The 5.5"-wide bristle area easily spans the width of an LP's grooved area..." - Michael Fremer, Stereophile Magazine, September 2008, Vol. 31, No. 9

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