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Bush Vinyl Cleaning Brush - £4.60 delivered @ Argos / eBay (Free Click & Collect)
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Bush Vinyl Cleaning Brush - £4.60 delivered @ Argos / eBay (Free Click & Collect)

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  • Size of main unit H4, W8, D1.5cm.
  • Manufacturer's 1 year guarantee.
  • EAN: 8366708.
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ezzer7201/08/2020 23:56

The only reason you should buy vinyl is if you have a high end (thousands …The only reason you should buy vinyl is if you have a high end (thousands of pounds worth) deck. If you have such a thing, you're probably not in the market for a Bush cleaner.


A Rega Turntable at about £250 will sound pretty good along with a decent amp and speakers, shouldn't cost too much.
Im buying it and I don’t even have a player I also buy 4K Blu-ray and don’t have a 4K tv or player, I also played golf for years with a £60 set of clubs and enjoyed it.
ezzer7201/08/2020 23:56

The only reason you should buy vinyl is if you have a high end (thousands …The only reason you should buy vinyl is if you have a high end (thousands of pounds worth) deck. If you have such a thing, you're probably not in the market for a Bush cleaner.

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Flashback! I remember having one of these many moons ago and they actually work really well.
I still use one.
Bush have historically always made shockingly bad products.

As simple as this is, I still wouldn’t buy a Bush product.
I paid a fiver for one about 35 years ago, loved stroking that thing

and it's still a fiver

Hot !

maxmix
I thought it was for kitchen floors
The only reason you should buy vinyl is if you have a high end (thousands of pounds worth) deck. If you have such a thing, you're probably not in the market for a Bush cleaner.
I've never heard anybody recommend that kind of brushes to clean records, I can't imagine the damage it does to the discs...
Magyalmar01/08/2020 23:57

I've never heard anybody recommend that kind of brushes to clean records, …I've never heard anybody recommend that kind of brushes to clean records, I can't imagine the damage it does to the discs...


None, unless you press so hard the metal touches your vinyl.

That looks identical to mine (different brand) and the bristles are carbon fibre, not plastic. They are very soft.
Im buying it and I don’t even have a player I also buy 4K Blu-ray and don’t have a 4K tv or player, I also played golf for years with a £60 set of clubs and enjoyed it.
ezzer7201/08/2020 23:56

The only reason you should buy vinyl is if you have a high end (thousands …The only reason you should buy vinyl is if you have a high end (thousands of pounds worth) deck. If you have such a thing, you're probably not in the market for a Bush cleaner.

ezzer7201/08/2020 23:56

The only reason you should buy vinyl is if you have a high end (thousands …The only reason you should buy vinyl is if you have a high end (thousands of pounds worth) deck. If you have such a thing, you're probably not in the market for a Bush cleaner.


A Rega Turntable at about £250 will sound pretty good along with a decent amp and speakers, shouldn't cost too much.
Savo02/08/2020 00:30

A Rega Turntable at about £250 will sound pretty good along with a decent …A Rega Turntable at about £250 will sound pretty good along with a decent amp and speakers, shouldn't cost too much.


A whole lot better than the £29 'suitcase' players that most of the new vinyl generation are using to be fair, but probably not good enough for the cost and inconvenience compared to digital.
I've still about 400 LP's 12'' and Picture discs from the 80's and 90's

Velvet cleaners were perfect for removing dust

maxmix
jaypr01/08/2020 23:19

Bush have historically always made shockingly bad products.As simple as …Bush have historically always made shockingly bad products.As simple as this is, I still wouldn’t buy a Bush product.


I remember Bush being big in the 1970s, although rarely seen these days...
Are these made in Brazil?
M_z02/08/2020 05:57

I remember Bush being big in the 1970s, although rarely seen these days...


A lot of people had Bush back in the days. Nowadays it's like no Bush...
sandyb8602/08/2020 07:05

A lot of people had Bush back in the days. Nowadays it's like no Bush...


BRING BACK THE BUSH
Magyalmar01/08/2020 23:57

I've never heard anybody recommend that kind of brushes to clean records, …I've never heard anybody recommend that kind of brushes to clean records, I can't imagine the damage it does to the discs...


They're absolutely fine, and it's much better to clean vinyl with one of these than not clean records at all.

Just got to be gentle and clean the brush itself occasionally.
I’ve had one of these for maybe 15 years now. Think it was about £1.50 when I bought it!
stevej197602/08/2020 00:26

Im buying it and I don’t even have a player I also buy 4K Blu-ray a …Im buying it and I don’t even have a player I also buy 4K Blu-ray and don’t have a 4K tv or player, I also played golf for years with a £60 set of clubs and enjoyed it.


Like every Bush product it’ll be crap anyway
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