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Whats The Best Way To Remove Scratches?
Infrared Archer
post Oct 21 2002, 10:01
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I don't know why people have no respect for material they can borrow freely at a library, but any cd two months or older is usually scratched pretty bad at my local library. Sometimes, so bad I can't play them without skipping on my standalone sony single disk cd player.

So whats the best way to remove scratches from library cd's? since its plastic can I just polish the cd with something?


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Infrared Archer
post Oct 26 2002, 00:11
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QUOTE (ogg @ Oct 25 2002 - 03:43 PM)
Hmm.. You should suggest to the library to use CD-R's. They could put out a CD-R and keep the original CD, and then just burn a new CD-R when the old one gets too badly damaged.  B)

Or maybe just return the loaned cd as a cdr and keep the original for safe keeping biggrin.gif

On a more serious note, Is it legal for librarys to make 1:1 copies of cd's for backups? Thats really what they should do, because most of the cd's I check out are scratched pretty badly, especially ones that are 6 or 7 years old.


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