Michael Fremer's record cleaning process....

Many years ago (say 15??) Michael Fremer recommend his way of cleaning vinyl records. It was a process that started with the VPI cleaner and solutions and finishing with some dry pads (don’t remember the name) and another run on the VPI (I think). Does anyone remember the process??
P.S. I checked his site and don't see it there?


RWD (Rick)
Ctsooner and all thanks for the comments (and comments). I do have a VPI record cleaning machine and it works well.Good advice. I am looking into the post suggested above by Whart and Mofi. I also asked Grooves if his was different in any way (I believe it was). He has not responded yet. But thank you all!!!

RWD (Rick)
No my friend. The r stands for Rick (Short for Richard). Now, my dad was a GREAT lover of classical music and choose my middle name from the last name of the great German composer. Boy, in 1945, did hear it from the doctors and nurses!!! How could he name his son after THAT German!! He just responded...That, that German made GREAT music, period and .

Just some info.

RWD (Rick)
The Record Doctor V (a Nitty Gritty-style machine) is on sale at Audio Advisor right now for $199. For anyone not yet owning a vacuum machine, that's a no-brainer.
Rick, Just because Adolph Hitler loved Wagner, my grandpa, former concentration camp inmate, was refusing to listen to him. I could not explain to him that Wagner had nothing to do with German Nazis and indeed a wonderful composer.

Musicians, composers, musical instruments is human's greatest blessing and gift for all times hard and easy.

P.S. Off the topic comments are right on, but in fact why not for a change