For years, I've been cleaning with a record vacuum (KAB EV-1) until I discovered the Spin Clean and realized that everything could be cleaner still. Then I discovered Mobile Fidelity Pure Enzyme Cleaner and found out things could be even cleaner, as evidenced by the stuff floating in the bottom of the Spin Clean. My cleaning regimen looks like this now: Mobile Fidelity Pure Enzyme Soak, 5 minutes per side Vacuum each side after 5 minute soak with EV-1 Spin Clean, fluid at double strength using Aquafina Vacuum New sleeve The fluid gets changed after every 10-12 records. This works so well that I've been in the process of re cleaning my entire collection. I still had some issues though. Records cleaned at the end of a batch weren't as clean as the first ones due to the water in the Spin Clean. This can plainly be seen as those LPs look slightly dull in comparison to ones cleaned at the beginning of a batch of fluid. They do look good again after one play and they sound good too. I also am not a fan of the carbon fiber brush that I've been using before and after play after the records are cleaned. It works but I wanted better. I decided to buy a VPI HW-16.5 record cleaning machine along with some Audio Intelligent #6 one step fluid to use on each LP right before it hits the turntable- each and every time. This will remove any remnants of the Spin Clean fluid that may have been left behind. I've been doing lots of research and have determined that the Audio Intelligent #6 is probably the best one step fluid out there. Basically, it is comprised of enzymes (I'm a fan, they work) detergents and ultra pure water. This should continue to loosen and remove more contaminants from the LPs over time. My thinking is that over time even cleaned LPs will become dirty again due to dust, etc. The before play cleaning on the VPI will solve this. Once my entire collection is deep cleaned, all I'll have to use is the VPI moving forward. The only time I'll need to deep clean (which takes about 20 minutes per LP) is when new LPs are added to my collection. Unfortunately, the VPI isn't inexpensive ($650-700) and most places don't discount. I was able to find a reputable dealer that sold me one for $555. If anyone decides they want one, PM me for the dealer's info.