"Produced Thoroughly Clean Records"
The record cleaning gurus at Audio Intelligent spent several months working on a superiorly effective formula that could serve as a pre-cleaner for moderately to seriously dirty records. They did this in response to vinyl lovers who wanted something that would work more quickly than the company's very thorough three-step cleaning system. And, or course, it had to be safe for use on all records. As a result, Audio Intelligent created Premium Record Cleaner Formula No. 15.
"The Premium Record Cleaner Formula No.15 followed by an Ultra-Pure Water rinse produced thoroughly clean records in just two-steps, especially when I left No.15 on a record for more than a couple minutes," reports Tim Aucremann in his August 1, 2011 review for TheAudioBeat.com.
A Complex Blend of Cleaning Agents and Detergents
Formula No. 15 uses a complex blend of enzymatic cleaning agents and specially designed lab-grade detergents. It can be used before either Audio Intelligent's three-step cleaning system or the company's Premium One-Step Formula No. 6 as a pre-cleaner for really tough cleaning jobs.
Please note that Premium Record Cleaner Formula No. 15 should never be used alone, but t makes a very good cleaning system when paired with Audio Intelligent;s Ultra-Pure Water product. This combination yields results that are comparable to the company's three-step record cleaning system, but with less work and less cost.
Two sizes to choose from! Premium Record Cleaner Formula No. 15 is available in either a 16 Ounce Flip Spout Bottle or a 32 Ounce Flip Spout Bottle.
Strict Quality Control
All Audio Intelligent Vinyl Solutions are guaranteed to be produced under strict quality control to insure that the quality and consistency of the products meets our high standards. All of these products have been subjected to certified laboratory testing and have been extensively field tested by private individuals.
"The Premium Record Cleaner Formula No.15 followed by an Ultra-Pure Water rinse produced thoroughly clean records in just two-steps, especially when I left No.15 on a record for more than a couple minutes."
"Prior to this review, I inherited a nice 16S copy of RCA LSC-2436 from a former English professor -- yep, a Layton/Mohr Shaded Dog with Fritz Reiner conducting the Chicagoans in Respighi’s Pines of Rome and Fountains of Rome. It showed a fair amount of paper dust, smudges and lack of luster but no scratches."
"I first did a water rinse, vacuumed with the Loricraft and played it – snap, crackle, pop just as I remembered. I then applied a generous amount of Formula No.15, which I let sit for twenty minutes, adding a few drops of fluid and agitating every few minutes. I concluded with an AIVS Pure Water rinse and vacuum."
"Zut alors! The first ten minutes of Pines were almost crackle free and the remainder of the side improved by at least A+ on anyone’s grading scale."
- Tim Aucremann, TheAudioBeat.com, August 1, 2011