Question about Microsoft Xbox Console
Don't use toothpaste. You'll have to scrub to remove it and if you don't fully remove it, you'll muck up your xbox inside. Don't need that extra problem. I do agree with the rubbing alcohol. Use a soft cloth and gently wipe the disc with that then let it air dry.
Posted on Jun 01, 2010
Try tooth paste or rubbing alcohol if all else fails buy a disc cleaner to help, and do not use a towel to clean it as it may scratch the disc.
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