Do CD scratch repair/removal machines really work?

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  • 1 decade ago
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    i've never actually owned one, but i've heard from friends they work wonders...

    personally i would just suggest getting a cheap mp3 player, it will pay for itself after a few cds

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  • robie
    Lv 4
    4 years ago

    It relies upon on how deep the scratch is. If that is a straightforward to average scratch that makes the CD pass, then the Disk generic practitioner can maximum probable fix it. i have used the Disk generic practitioner on CDs and DVDs and it truly is worked anytime. they are frequently expensive inspite of the reality that. A Disk generic practitioner does not fill in scratches with a wax. It fairly takes a small layer of plastic off the CD or DVD. because it spins, an abrasive wheel scrapes a layer off. you need to first coat the CD or DVD with water or alcohol to lubricate it. As for the toothpaste, it truly is properly worth a attempt. it truly is really purely an abrasive substance that takes small bits of plastic off the CD.

    • Mr.Longrove
      Lv 7
      4 years agoReport

      Thanks. Another question I had long forgotten about!

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