Apply a small dab of white toothpaste or metal polish to a clean, lint-free (ie fluff-free) cloth and rub very gently along the scratch from the disc’s centre outwards. Cover the full length of the scratch, then repeat twice for good measure.
- 1 Can you fix a scratched CD?
- 2 How do you get rid of deep scratches on a CD?
- 3 Does toothpaste really fix scratches?
- 4 How does Vaseline remove scratches from CDS?
- 5 Can peanut butter fix scratched CD?
- 6 What kind of toothpaste removes scratches?
- 7 Does WD 40 remove scratches from glass?
- 8 How do you know if a disc is scratched?
- 9 Which side of a CD is worse to scratch?
Can you fix a scratched CD?
Toothpaste can be used to repair scratches on a CD. Squeeze toothpaste onto the disc and rub it on the disc in a straight motion from the center out to the edges. If the CD is badly scratched, repeat that process several times. Let it dry completely, then wash off the toothpaste, and carefully dry the disc.
How do you get rid of deep scratches on a CD?
Start with a basic toothpaste, something natural without any fancy gels, swirls or flavors. Squeeze a small amount onto the CD starting at the middle radius and rub it in using a sweeping motion until the entire CD is covered in a light layer of toothpaste. Let it dry, then rinse it off using tepid water.
Does toothpaste really fix scratches?
Yes, toothpaste can remove minor paint scratches. A standard toothpaste (not a gel toothpaste) has a minor grit to it which helps buff out the scratches. Typically, minor scratches are only on the clear coat over your actual paint.
How does Vaseline remove scratches from CDS?
Simply take a cotton ball and dip it in some alcohol to clean the area near the scratch. Then apply Vaseline or Petroleum Jelly to the disc. The Vaseline will fill in the scratch, hopefully making it readable again.
Can peanut butter fix scratched CD?
Place 1 or 2 teaspoons of peanut butter on a wash cloth and gently buff the DVD or CD. Start in the center of the disc and rub straight out to the edge. Continue this process until the entire DVD or CD is covered with a thin layer of peanut butter. Be careful not to rub in a circular motion, which can damage the disc.
What kind of toothpaste removes scratches?
It is always recommended to use ‘whitening’ toothpaste to remove scratches from your car. ‘Whitening’ toothpaste works best because it contains small, barely perceptible abrasives. All the toothpaste have an abrasive quality in them.
Does WD 40 remove scratches from glass?
Does WD 40 Remove Scratches From Glass? You should not use WD 40 in an attempt to remove scratches from glass. WD 40 isn’t a polish; it’s a lubricant that contains petroleum and oils.
How do you know if a disc is scratched?
Just put the CD in the tray, and if the data crashes your system or takes a long time to open, its probably too scratched. if you look closely, and you see holes or blotted discoloration to the reflective side, you are probably dealing with scratches on the top, and therefore your CD is no good.
Which side of a CD is worse to scratch?
2 Scratches on the Label Side of CDs. Scratches on the label side of CDs can be a more serious problem. Because the reflective metal layer and data layer are so close to the surface of the label side of the disc, they can be damaged very easily.