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Cleaning of media

Discussion in 'DVD±R media' started by HiSpeed, Mar 29, 2003.

  1. HiSpeed

    HiSpeed Guest

    A suggestion for cleaning media without causing more problems. Buy a package of Webril Handi Pads at your local paper/printing retail supply store. These pads (I like the 4"x4" at about $4/100) are non-woven cotton and lintless. They are used for cleaning printing plates which are more delicate than dvd media. A little Windex on a small spot on the pad cuts about any crud on the media. Wipe dry with the remainder of the pad. No lint, and super clean. You'll love it.
     
  2. Doom1234

    Doom1234 Guest

    Thanks for the tip. I've been using Rubbing Alcohol and cotton balls.
     
  3. ultima

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    haha I wash my disc with soap and water and dry them up with cd/dvd swipe, works great. and yes I'm not stupid, you can wash CD and DVD Disc. (however some cheaper DVD disc has unfilled inner clear plastic rim, and water can get in and damage the dye.. but since I don't use these cheap DVD...
     

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