Imagine this, you enter a basement of a record shop, and in front of you there are piles and piles of dusty, moldy records. You can feel it, just by looking, there has to be good music somewhere in there - all you have to do is dig for it. Because of this, a lot of record collectors call themselves "diggers”. That is, they consider searching for music a form of archaeology. And when you dig up an old bone, the first thing you have to do is clean it up. The problem is that vinyl records are not that easy to clean because dust and mold can build up deep in the grooves. To deal with this problem, some audiophiles have invested heavily in expensive record cleaners. Others have turned to wood glue.
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