|boner - 2012-11-12 |
I'm not sure these things ever did anything but fuck up your machine. You probably shouldn't have been smoking in your house in the first place
Our house wasn't a smoking house, but our VCR heads did get dirty (you'd see shooting stars across the picture).
I'm not sure what this Maxell thing was, but our cleaner was basically a VHS cassette with cloth "tape." You'd drip some rubbing alcohol solution on it then play it for a minute or so. It worked well and never ruined our VCR.
But the cleaner never played a video or had sounds. In fact it sent no signal to the TV because the "tape" wasn't magnetic, being cloth.
|chumbucket - 2012-11-12 |
Do not rewind? So single use?
The one I had had a chart on the label, I think you got something like 6 rewinds before you were supposed to replace it and there were maybe a dozen cleaning sessions per rewind, at most.
Rental tapes really did dirty up an wear out VCR heads but I'm pretty confident these cleaners didn't do anything at all.
|Mister Yuck - 2012-11-12 |
Okay. So I definitely spent the last 24 years calling this company Maxwell. Worked in A/V and in two retail stores that sold their shit.
Maxwell House is a coffee brand. Kinda shitty too, no Red Mountain that's for sure.
|Billy the Poet - 2012-11-12 |
They aint made enough soap yet.
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