I was staying with my uncle for the past few days, and I took it upon myself to dig around in his shed to find a couple boxes filled with old LPs from "back in the day." We searched through them, and I pulled out all of his prog rock albums, which included mostly Jethro Tull, Gentle Giant, King Crimson, Gryphon, and a little bit of Genesis. I had to grab Ravi Shankar and Paco de Lucia as well.
It didn't take much to convince him to let me borrow them along with a very nice Sony phonograph he had stored in the garage, so now I've got it all at home.
Anyway, many of the LPs are unplayable because of warping, which is quite a shame, but the newer ones seem in good condition. However, one issue is cleaning; I've managed to get by on a few by blowing off most of the debris, but some have gotten quite dirty, and I was wondering what the best way to clean them off is. I'm sure there are a lot of people here who would know!