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ReleeS is used to control static on CDs, DVDs, SACDs and Blu-ray Discs. Sprayed onto the label side of the disc, ReleeS brings about a reduction in static charge and, just as importantly, leaves a smooth even charge across the surface.
ReleeS is effective used on its own or in conjunction with our ReVeel CD wipes.
"In my experience", writes Neville Roberts, reviewing, "it certainly lifted performances to another level and made the sound more effortless and easy to listen to".
He notes that the product is also characterised by its flexibility, as you can also treat your cables with it too, simply by spraying ReleeS onto a cloth and wiping this over the surface of the cable. "This will take away any static from the cable and help to prevent it building up again, thus reducing any negative effects arising from static interference"
In conclusion, he states that the product "effectively reduces negative effects from static interference - well worth the investment".
Issue 366, 2012
Cables – some of our customers have been using ReleeS to treat their cables. This simply involves a light spraying of the solution onto a clean micro fibre cloth and then wiping this along the length of the cable ensuring that it cleans all around it.
Turntable lids: spray onto the cloth rather than the lid itself and give it a good wipe inside and out. For best results, use our TLC lid cleaner which is specially formulated to be effective on turntable lids.
Equipment casing: Our tests have shown that there's a benefit in cleaning the casework of your Hi-Fi or Home Cinema components with ReleeS.
CD player trays: It’s easy to go ahead and get your CD nice and clean - but then you put it onto a non-treated CD tray. Spray a little ReleeS onto a cloth and give the CD drawer a wipe.
CD cases: the black part – most CD cases are actually designed to be anti-static. However, this only applies to the main clear casing. It's worth treating the black spine and CD bed. This is, in many ways, the most important part because that’s where the CD sits so ideally, pop this insert out, treat it front and back and then replace it back in the main housing.