Tom - Congratulations on your new RCM.
For first time cleaning of used and new:
Premier - applied with motor on
Bugtussel - applied with motor off, and spread with sponge paint brush
RRL Super(?) Vinyl Wash - applied with motor off and spread with Disc Doctor brush
I pretty much swear by this sequence.
When I ordered my Loricraft I bought the $40 package and the nice sales lady asked what combination of their cleaners I wanted - I took two of the 'Potent' varietal since I was otherwise committed to the above. Its gotta be a really nasty spot of gunk/grease/goo to get me to use the 'Potent' but I've done it maybe two or three times.
If I feel the need to do a subsequent cleaning it is rare to use more than the RRL SVW. If you get away from paper sleeves, keep your stylus clean, and brush dust off before play, then subsequent cleanings are needed infrequently at best.
I am aware the following confession may get me branded as a loon... I put RRL SVW into a small fine mist spray bottle and spritz the leading edge of an original Discwasher brush, spread the SVW across the DW length with the bottle, then proceed to use 'in the traditional manner'. With a light touch it does just fine in picking up dust (and cat hair) from records during the high static season. Prior to each use I brush the DW lengthwise with a stiff bristle.
For sleeves I use Sleeve City
. Whatever inner sleeve comes with the record I place back inside the record cover. I put the cover in a Sleeve City 'Ultimate Outer 5.0' which is a 250 micron clear polypropylene heavy duty outer sleeve. The cover is inserted with the sleeve opening at the top. I then put the cleaned record in a 'Diskeeper 2.0 Antistatic Record Sleeve Item No. 9235'. The record in its inner sleeve goes between the clear outer sleeve and the cardboard cover with the opening of the inner sleeve turned sideways. For me this approach totally eliminates any scuffing and makes record access simple. The outer sleeve is plenty thick to protect the record. I believe this approach is less dangerous and less damaging than storing/removing the record in its cardboard sleeve while virtually eliminating wear on the cardboard sleeve. For the cost of a new release from Classic Records I can store 100 records. This is probably considered more lunacy, but it works well for me.
Good luck with your new Loricraft!