Elizabeth is absoluetely correct. All I do is rinse in a bowl with a bit of distilled water. That's it. It comes out squeeky clean. You may have to flex it a bit while in the water to dislodge some of the debris.
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Elizabeth, dearest, after reading your "ionic chemical grabbers," this poor ol' musician nearly had a coronary. I was afraid I would have released a chemical virus to end mankind! :>)
Bless you for pointing me in the right direction before I totally annihilated my Zerodust (and who knows how many LPs and my ZYX 1000).
Knowing now that you were a chemical wiz, I am checking with you any time I have anything approaching combustion in my stereo equipment.
Thanks also to you, Jm, I appreciate your time to share.