The cheapest I've seen is about £15 plus delivery for 50, are they worth it or not, seems a pricey for what is essentially a thin plastic bag.........
Yes, they're great. Some record inners are reasonable quality anyway, but with those that just come with a card liner I think they're obligatory. A certain auction site has quite a lot at marginally cheaper prices - search for 'nagaoka'
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Will have a look, the reason I ask is that I purchased a brand new copy of DSOTM which had so much static that my felt platter mat clung to it with the strengh of an industrial magnet.
I placed it into an anti-static liner for a few days with no effect whatsoever and was still very attracted to the felt mat, and was only cured with a dip in the good old Knosti which got rid of all the static..........
I bought a load of the Naga ones, I think hey reduce static build up as apposed to discharging charged discs, I put my records in one after a clean in the antistat, keeps them clean and have not had any more static issues whether that is the knosti or the liners im not sure.
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Agreed, they prevent static buildup but won't get rid of static that's there already. I use a carbon fibre brush to do that (record spinning with my finger on the spindle to earth myself).
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That's a good idea John, never thought of that............
Yes they are worth it imo. However I only use them once the record has wet been cleaned, they prevent paper sleeve surface marks & keep off dust. http://www.srm-tech.co.uk/shop/article_NS1/Anti-Static-Inner-Sleeves-50-Pack.html?shop_param=cid%3D6%26aid%3DNS1%26
Spot on, paper sleeves are pretty abrasive , well it is wood innit.
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