I have employed a photographers blower-brush in the past but don't bother now.keeper of the quays said:On cones use soft paint brush..for front and side of speakers use eraser sponge with distilled water..(poundstrecher for eraser sponge) dry sides and front with kitchen roll..
Many speakers are damped with a doping material that is designed to stay sticky, hence the dust sticks.Al ears said:
Is this some sort of secret audiophile fetish? *smile*keeper of the quays said:I was going to suggest Henry brush on low power vacuum but might cause a stink..its what I do..lol meant I use a vacuum cleaner not i cause a stink!
It's not secret anymore then is it? ;-)jonathanRD said: