I've scrupulously wet cleaned vinyl LPs and they have happily bounced back to life. Now that they are clean, I made a discovery that my old methods of pre-clean before play are not working well. 1. Anti-Static brush 2. Discwasher Revised I left the records out too long after the wet clean and dust accumulated. I kept a strong flashlight parallel and even with the surface of the record to see the dust. The anti-static brush did not pick up the dust. The Groovewasher wants me to spray the record, then wipe... I'm not OK with that. I have been told the fabric is 'not' a one-way direction like the original Discwasher, so it will not grab as well. I tried a light dusting of G2 fluid on the fabric, followed by a light brushing..., barely took it off. So, could someone more experienced in high end pre-play dusting please recommend something that will remove and not push dust into the grooves of a freshly wet cleaned (or ultrasonically cleaned) LP ? Thank you much.