I use the following:
-KAB EV-1 (www.kabusa.com/ev1). EVERY RECORD, including new, goes through it before it ever goes on my turntable. Then it goes into a Mobile Fidelity sleeve. Hook it up to a powerful vacuum, and it'll clean just as well as the VPI machine. I rarely have to clean the same record again within six months. I would recommend this over the Spin Clean any day.
-Hunt EDA carbon fiber brush before every play. This gets rid of the inevitable light surface dust. If I never let the record get dirty, I won't need to wet-clean it. It also helps reduce the static buildup.
-For the stylus, I use a simple brush. I probably should use a liquid cleaner from time to time, but I don't. Then again, see my first point.
Now that KAB EV-1 is brilliant. I like the idea of using a device we all have in our homes, and adapting it to vinyl. Thanks for pointing this device out to me, I will probably purchase this. I don't care about it being quiet, that doesn't clean my records!
Edited by brunk - 11/8/13 at 9:58am