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Finding residue on outer edge of compact discs(both sides) when ejected from Alpine CDA9887 car CD player, worried that someone put in a CD with food on their finger or something. Don't want to use compressed air for fear of spreading any debries or dirt. I've invested a lot of money on my system so I'm looking for the ''BEST'' solution for this problem. Any help would be appreciated. Thank You.

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Id say if the residue is not causeing any problems with the playing of cds then i wouldnt try to mess with it.if it not broke dont fix it

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