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Remove Scratches from CDs or DVDs  

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Monday, September 10, 2007
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I have a large (over 800) collection of CD's, and as the years go by, I'm finding more and more scratches on them. Financial blog Wise Bread was in the same predicament recently, and decided to do a little experimenting with how to get those scratches off once and for all.
A few different methods were tried: toothpaste, a banana (?), and Brasso, with Brasso being the clear winner. I haven't had much luck with anything but a CD buff thingy we got from a garage sale last summer, but that's just me. How do you get rid of scratches on your CDs and DVDs? Let's hear it in the comments.

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1 comments: to “ Remove Scratches from CDs or DVDs

  • Anonymous
    September 11, 2007 at 11:16 PM  

    I have had pretty good luck using car polish like Turtlewax Finish 2001 and NuFinish. Usually a Polymer finish seems to do the trick by smoothing out the scratches and filling in the small scratches.


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