After more than a decade without my vinyl I'm pulling it back out in style. I've got a nice collection of around 1,000 albums, going back to the late 1950s. The disks are mostly well cared for since I used to use a carbon fibre brush before every playing and I always had relatively good cartridges and turntables. (Grado/Lux).
I've got a Pro-Ject RPM 10 coming in later this week, with a Sumiko Blackbird mounted. I can't find my old Audioquest carbon brush, but I see them at The Needle Doctor. My old Groovstat anti-static gun seems in good working order, so I'm in pretty good shape for my cleanest records.
My question is, without buying a machine like VPI or NittyGritty, which manual system is the best for cleaning less than pristine records? I'm looking at Disk Doctor and LAST. What's giving the best results these days?
Thanks in advance for your advice.