Blast Away Static for Better Sounding LPs and CDs
Static electricity is an LP owner's enemy. It's what attracts dust and dirt to vinyl, and they can damage the surface over time. Sure, you can clean away debris, but why not help prevent it accumulating in the first place?
Zap static with Zerostat. A couple of trigger pulls does the trick. Zerostat 3 is the latest version of the original piezo-electric antistatic pistol that's been an audiophile favorite for years. It reduces static on insulating surfaces such as phonograph records, film negatives, and more.
Here's How it Works
Zerostat 3 produces negative and positive ions that couple with the positive and negative static charges on the surface of your LP, effectively neutralizing static electricity. Just hold the Zerostat pistol about 12 inches away from your LP. Squeeze the trigger slowly, and a powerful stream of positive ions projects over a spread of about 16 inches. Release it slowly, and negative ions are produced. It's just that easy!
Regular use of Zerostat 3 can release dirt and dust on records, eliminating pops and crackles caused by static 'hot spots.' It's also ideal for reducing static charges on CDs and DVDs.
No Batteries Needed
Zerostat 3 is constructed of durable hard plastic material. It's built to last, too, and is good for at least 50,000 trigger operations. Best of all, it requires no power supply, batteries, or refills of any kind. Zerostat includes a special ion-indicator which shows you that Zerostat is working. Just plug the indicator into the end of the 'pistol,' squeeze the handle, and a small neon tube will gently glow red.
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|Chase away dust with Zerostat|
I have used this product for 30+ years, first as Discwasher now as Milty. Still have the original unit as a backup! Depress and release the trigger slowly and smoothly, and the surface will be rendered nearly charge-neutral. A big help to keep dust and small particles like hair and lint from accumulating. Good for vinyl, film, polycarbonate, glass etc. The device is overpriced; used to be around $30, but may outlast the user! Recommended.
|- Paul E, KY|