Another question occurred to me. According to LAST’s info, the record may be played about 100 or 200 times without discernable wear. Would it be possible to extend the protective properties after 100 or 200 plays with a second treatment?
Thank you again, B.S.
When we initially introduced the Record Preservative in 1978, testing as of that date demonstrated the safety and effectiveness of the Preservative treatment to be at least 200 plays (records kept clean). Since then, we can confidently report the a new, undamaged, unflawed record can be played more than 300 times without measurable wear or distortion. One test record that has been treated every 200 plays and kept scrupulously clean, now has been played more that 2000 times, and still sounds new.Regards, Walter Davies