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dvd repair

Discussion in 'DVD±R media' started by CRUXER, Oct 29, 2004.

  1. CRUXER

    CRUXER Guest

    hey was up! I have a question, what is the best low tech method to clean and possibly remove some scratches on a dvd, I've heard using toothpaste might work, will this mess up my dvd burner? has any tried this method is so does it work? and have you seen any changes on your burner> thanx,,,
     
  2. ddp

    ddp Moderator Staff Member

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    try the cd buffer with solution, its a spinning contraption that buffs out or reduces size of scratch i haven't used on my own cds but i've seen it been used
     
  3. Biosgain

    Biosgain Guest

    Wipe the cd or dvd from the centre to the outer edge.
    A good solvent to use is isopropanol, which is normally the solvent packaged with the cleaning kits.
     

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