For sure, cavitation equipment is used to clean things in the laboratory / medical environments amongst others. Making heated water molecules move very fast is useful for cleaning things, but the arguments about getting water further into the grooves seem a bit far fetched to me. I don't know that they're false, but it doesn't make a ton of sense that their formula is driving the water further in. I assume the machine helps water molecules move further into the grooves by making them vibrate at a higher frequency... but I'm just another old dude making stuff up with too much time on their hands.I gotta agree with ya on the one panel member, it came across more like an info-mercial. I'm sure the science is there, just presented in his own way.
I appreciated the conversation, but I think that the conversation wasn't directed enough to be useful to most people. If the point was to try to bring clarification about all of the misinformation out there the panel didn't do a great job.
1. Clean your records (Duh) / Replace your inner sleeves.
2. Don't use alcohol based products (If possible)
3. Cleaning products are chemicals (Be careful)
4. Vacuum machines work and are pretty simple to use.
5. Cavitation might be the way forward... we'll see