Record cleaning machine or other devices??

Greetings. As my love for vinyl has started all over again, I was wondering what would be a good affordable machine to clean records. So far the only thing I have is an Ortofon brush and it does OK. Thanks and best regards to everyone.
Time to get to Walmart and buy a hand held steam cleaner, usual under $30. It will get a lot of use, and not only on records.
Record doctor or Nitty Gritty has basic models starting around $200
If you in it, (vinyl) for the long haul, I would recommend
spending the dollars up front on a VPI HW-16.5. If you buy a
cheaper unit, it probably won't last as long and you'll just
end up buying the VPI anyway.

I've had mine for over 30 years and it has cleaned thousands
and thousands and thousands of records. Best investment I
have ever made in audio...
Ditto Mofimadness. VPI HW-16.5 is the way to go. I have it for over 25 years and it is still running.
Yes VPI or Clearaudio. I tried steam cleaning and I did not notice anything. I just got the Audiodesk cleaner as well.
Don't overlook the Spin-Clean. I just got one and find it pretty handy for batch cleaning. You probably don't want to fill the reservoir every time you have just a singel record to clean.
All good advice, and it essentially comes down to your budget. If you can afford it, the VPI 16.5 RCM is probably the best bang for the buck. If it's not within your budget, the Spin-Clean is your next best option. The importance of a record cleaning machine in enjoying vinyl cannot be overstated.
Pivetta; how many records are you planning to clean? A few hundred? A thousand? Thousands?

As Actusreus suggests, it depends on what you can afford now, and over time. If you don't plan on accumulating more than a few hundred albums and want to keep your cost down, the two basic models suggested by Tbromgard from Record Doctor or Nitty Gritty will work fine. I also recommend the KAB EV-1 (see link below), which uses your own vacuum cleaner. It's what I've been using for years and it's probably the best value going, as long as you have a vacuum cleaner you can use.

However, if I had to do it over again, I might consider spending more money to get a cleaning machine that's more automated. After cleaning 1500 albums (and counting) the convenience would have been worth the extra cost. If you consider cost per album, it might help in deciding how much you're willing to spend. In my case, at $170 for the EV-1, I'm at around $0.11 per album. If I had purchased a VPI 16.5 ($600) I'd be at around $0.40 per album. The convenience would have been worth the extra $0.29 per album. But if I'd only cleaned 400 albums the difference would have been $1.08 per album ($0.42 vs $1.50), so I probably wouldn't spend the extra money.

KAB EV-1 record cleaner

I also highly recommend the VPI 16.5 and the Spin-Clean products. I own and use both. When I buy used records (particularly those that are noticeably dirty), I run them through my Spin-Clean before cleaning them on VPI.
As a good value, IMHO, it's hard to beat the KAB EV-1 at $169. You supply a canister vacuum for this all-manual version of a VPI cleaner. If you don't mind applying the fluid and turning the record yourself, it works just as well as a VPI cleaner at a lower price. Been happy with mine for about six years.