LAST All Purpose Record Cleaner is the most advanced everyday record cleaning solution available. Its safe formula removes dust, dirt, and oil without harming the plasticizers in vinyl and is also completely safe for shellac and styrene. The formula evaporates with no residue so you can use this on every play of every record to cure noisy accumulations.
Application is easy, and only takes 3 drops per record side. LAST All Purpose Record Cleaner comes with two applicators. The applicators have a fine, short nap that reaches into record grooves to efficiently keep your records pristine and create a path of nothing but music for your stylus. As the applicator accumulates dust, it is easy to brush or rinse out for reuse.
Completely Prevent Record Wear
LAST Industry-acclaimed Record Preservative prevents the development of annoying surface noise and maintains “as new” condition for 200 plays or more. It diffuses into the surface molecular layers of the vinyl to resist the damaging effects of stylus pressure waves while following the groove.
The 30-second treatment affects the vinyl to a depth of about ten molecular layers and becomes part of the groove wall. There are no surface residues for the stylus to pick up. In fact, overuse is harmless. We recommend a deep clean of records such as with LAST Power Cleaner before applying LAST Record Preservative.
No other company makes a comparable product. If you play it, protect it with LAST Record Preservative.
“For those who have become accustomed to listening to only LAST-treated records, it may be next to impossible to listen patiently to an untreated disc. Because of the truly incredible sonic and physical benefits it provides, the LAST Record Preservation kit can be recommended without reservation to all of those audiophiles who listen to music seriously.”
-Len Hupp of Audio Horizons magazine
“LAST claims that their Record Preservative protects against long-term record wear. I’ve used it since it first came out in 1979, and can attest that it does indeed protect my cherished LPs.”
-Jack English, Stereophile magazine