Question about Audio Players & Recorders
You cannot fix your disc it's already remarked with the scratched data even if it's a slight scratches as the disc is stale so it's not possible to fix your disc
Posted on May 14, 2016
For many years I have been using turtle wax... the paste. make sure its not the abbrasive type... the was fills in scratches and makes the DVD's and CD's play. Just rub on the CD, going across the scratch so it fills in. Then wave the CD back and forth in the air to make the wax dry... then rub off with a lint free towel. Been doing it for years and no ill effects to CD's or DVD's... fills in most scratches (if scratch remains reapply.. 2 coats makes most scratches small enough to play through).
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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