Discussion in 'Storage' started by andrewsmc, Sep 15, 2009.
because there will be no more CD?
very carefully, lol j/k i've heard toothpaste, and peanut butter works well, never tried either. I used to have a lil device called cd doctor, it would buff off the scratches and make it like new again.
I think the idea with a microwave is so the protective layer ( which is what is scratched ) melts and fills in the scratches lol.
Yep it removes the protective layer to the scratches are not so deep. So really you should make a good copy of the disk and store it away just like toothpaste.
For Disk Scratches, i suggest going to Play N Trade if one is in your town, but to clean a Disk, either CD Doctor or a CD Cleaner/Repair unit, or Paper Towel with Alcohol.
Oh yeah thats what it was called CD Doctor. I thought it was DR.CD lol.
Cleaning I wash my hands with dish soap *removes oil from the skin*, then i wash it under the warm water with a little more dish soap on my finger tips very lightly, I have cleaned all sorts of stuff on discs you couldn't imagine this way never leaving a scratch.
As for removing scratches, you are best off bringing it to a place with a real disc buffer, generally music shops have them, your smaller company ones seem to more than anyone else.
Best way you can do it at home is with a lint free cloth and some polishing compound for autobody work, best way I have found anyways.
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