Audio Intelligent Vinyl Solutions Ultra-Pure Water is more that 50 times purer than distilled water!
Audio Intellient Vinyl Solutions Ultra-Pure Water is filtered and de-ionized in a 6 step process that produces a research grade product. The result is water that is more than 50 times purer than distilled water. This is important for allowing unobstructed action by the enzyme components of our cleaning formulas. The result is records that are cleaner than they’ve ever been. This product is perfect as a rinse agent after the 2-step cleaning process to remove any traces of contaminants that might remain, and is also perfect for rinsing brushes and record cleaning machine pickup tubes.
"I can say that the AI fluids are reasonably priced, easy to apply and (especially) to spread, clean extremely well, and leave no audible residue." - Michael Fremer, Stereophile, December 2007
"Trust me, once you hear what Audio Intelligent Vinyl Solutions can unleash from your records, you’ll be hooked too. I’ve never heard anything better …period!" - Greg Weaver, Positive Feedback Online, Issue 29
"I've now cleaned quite a lot of LPs with Audio Intelligent Vinyl Solutions. I have to say the results are spectacular. I have never heard such a drop in background noise. Most of my records are quasi CD-like silent now. Those I thought were beyond hope, even after cleaning them countless times with a number of other commercially available record cleaning products, are suddenly enjoying a second life. I don't know how these very understated fluids do that, but AIVS is just amazing." - Audio Intelligent Vinyl Solutions customer Jean-Baptiste in Great Britain
"The AIVS fluids produced vinyl that was visually and aurally as clean as it could get, often restoring the inky-black luster of the LPs as well... The AIVS fluids are clearly more economical, and you will spend less time using them and more time listening. I plan to use these AIVS products from this point forward, which makes them literally a Reviewers' Choice." - Marc Mickelson, Soundstage!, January 2008
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