Hi, has anyone heard of toothpaste being used to get rid of scratches on cds? Sal
I THINK IT WILL SCRATCH THEM MORE.
at many computer stores. I wouldn't personally recommend toothpaste.
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click hereclick here for CD and other uses. From personal experience toothpadte can be used to remove small scratches from cars, although T-Cut probably works out chaper in the long run.GG
Toothpaste because of the fine abrasive powder it contained was widely used years ago to remove minor scratches on surfaces such as on the glass of a watch.Vim was used on deeper scratches.
do as i do and don`t abuse your cd`s they have a delicate surface,there like a window if there dirty the lazer will not find the information on them. once there scratched badly through neglect you have only yourself to blame,tough but true
I presume you mean scratch removal fluid..:-)
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