The Nostatic Arm is the modern version of the formerly well known “Dust Bug” by Cecil Watts. The Nostatic arm incorporates a carbon fiber brush that removes the static electricity from the record during playback, and at the same time picks up the loose dust before the stylus reaches that part of the record. The Nostatic arm has an earth wire which is connected to the earth of the record player or the amplifier. The height can be easily adjusted to fit most record players. It also has a sliding weight in order to adjust the “dusting force” of the brush. Finally the base of the brush has sticky tape so it can be securely attached to the surface of the record player.