Clean old records with wood glue

Ghettofunk13 demonstrates the old vinyl-lover's trick of deep-cleaning your wax pancakes by spreading the grooves with Titebond II wood glue, waiting for it to dry, and then peeling off the glue-skin and taking all the gunk with it (presumably there is some way of actually playing the music from the intact glue-skin, given sufficiently advanced apparatus).

As Herr 13 demonstrates, this does indeed improve the sound of his old record, though he doesn't provide a comparison with normal cleaner and water on the B-side, so who knows if this is superior to conventional cleaning — what is indisputable is that this is a lot more fun.

(Thanks, Fipi Lele!)