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RE: Best way to remove scratches from CDs/DVDs/Games - 7/13/2004 2:11:29 AM   
Leviathan


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Hey I used toothpaste on a PRINCO cd and it disappeared !!!

Just kidin'

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RE: Best way to remove scratches from CDs/DVDs/Games - 7/13/2004 7:03:05 PM   
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Yes, I mentioned this in the beginning of the thread. Also, after using the toothpaste, a quick LIGHT shot of furniture polish, and then a soft cloth works wonders! I've repaired MANY discs this way long enough to rip and write another!

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RE: Best way to remove scratches from CDs/DVDs/Games - 7/14/2004 4:40:39 PM   
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The ones I get from movie places, I clean anyway and don't say a word to them!

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RE: Best way to remove scratches from CDs/DVDs/Games - 7/15/2004 1:23:47 PM   
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quote:

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LOL!

Actually, I just use regular crest, and it works miracles, if you don't believe me, take a disc that you don't give too much about, spread a LIGHT coating on the disc, with a papertowel, then let it dry. Once it is dry, lightly buff with a clean cloth, and you'll see the results.

Also... Furniture Polish, i.e. "Lemon Pledge" works wonders as well!

That is some good home remedies.
I bet it smells good also.


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RE: Best way to remove scratches from CDs/DVDs/Games - 7/15/2004 6:41:32 PM   
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Yes but if you eat them, you don't have the original anymore! LOL

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RE: Best way to remove scratches from CDs/DVDs/Games - 7/19/2004 9:33:10 PM   
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Yes but if you eat them, you don't have the original anymore! LOL

Also you end up with bad guts !!!

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RE: Best way to remove scratches from CDs/DVDs/Games - 7/20/2004 8:50:56 PM   
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Yes, passing them is VERY VERY BAD!!!!!! LOL.............. I suggest just polishing them, smelling, and a small lick....... DON'T EAT them, besides, the crunchy hardness of the blanks mess up your brilliant smile!

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RE: Best way to remove scratches from CDs/DVDs/Games - 7/21/2004 1:50:51 AM   
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Yes but if you eat them, you don't have the original anymore! LOL



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RE: Best way to remove scratches from CDs/DVDs/Games - 9/20/2004 5:26:28 PM   
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I use the Game Doctor made by digital innovations. It cost me like $25 and I've saved about a dozen playstation 2 disks from the trashcan.. lol gotta love little boys and their playstations! ~Kimber

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