We have used LAST RECORD PRESERVATIVE
and would endorse the use of this enduring vinyl product. It is expensive and tends to evaporate as soon as you put it on the application brush. Correctly used however we have found that it improves and preserves vinyl records. It is said to change the composition of the vinyl surface rendering it harder and less prone to degradation from regular play. Some people are earnestly against the use of LAST Record Preservative however, although vinyl expert Michael Fremer, Senior Contributing Editor at Stereophile magazine and proprietor of analogplanet.com
endorses its use and it remains a recommended accessory in Stereophile’s bi-annual recommended components listing. Suffice is to say, that if you ever happen across a LAST treated LP in a Used Record Store, grab it because they are always in top condition!