Not the high street variety, I should add, but one of those who is up on their adhesives.
I have a commercial DVD which has some cyanoacrylate (superglue/Loctite) on the playing surface - clever me for mixing DVDs with other work!! The question is, can it be removed with any solvent that will not attack the DVD itself?
I`m sure that there is someone out there with enough knowledge to advise me on a recovery method if it`s possible.
I guess the best advice is soapy water and a trip to the pub!! I like the latter anyway!!
Seriously it does appear that I should avoid solvents and as for any mechanical means, well my hand is not as steady as it once was. I really do not want to damage the DVD as it probably isn`t replaceable.
All I can say is that I`m glad DVDs are plastic as at least they are unlikely to corrode in soapy water as quickly as some metallic materials.