A few years ago, I met a fella in a thrift shop buying dirty LPs and he said that he was working on a record cleaning solution that would eat the organic material on records. I said that it sounded like he was mixing an enzyme cleaner and there were plenty of ready-made choices to be found on the shelves at the grocery store and Home Depot. He said his cleaner would be specifically made to safely clean records. Intrigued, I looked at enzyme cleaners for a while and found that the ones labeled 'Organic" or "Environmentally Safe" didn't seem to contain any substances that I would consider harmful to LPs but I didn't trust my chemical knowledge enough to try any on my records. Has anyone investigated using any readily-available enzyme cleaners or come up with a home brew yet? I'd like to give one a try but I just can't see why a enzyme cleaner has to be specifically formulated for records.