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To repair a scratched CD, rub a dry Mr. Clean Magic Eraser or an oil-based material such as petroleum jelly or toothpaste over the surface of the disc in straight lines from the center outwards. Alternatively, slightly h... More »

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There are a number of methods, ranging from do-it-yourself to industry standard, which can fix scratched CDs by resurfacing them through buffing. These methods vary in effectiveness and some scratches are too severe for ... More »

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To clean a scratched CD, apply a small dab of regular toothpaste to the back of the CD, then polish it with a soft microfiber cloth. To protect the CD, wax it with carnauba car wax. The process takes approximately 10 min... More »

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To clean a scratched CD, apply a small dab of regular toothpaste to the back of the CD, then polish it with a soft microfiber cloth. To protect the CD, wax it with carnauba car wax. The process takes approximately 10 min... More »

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CD players sometimes eject discs without playing them because the CD is not the proper format for the machine, there is dust in the machine, the CD player's laser is defective or the disc has not been inserted correctly.... More »

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You can remove scratches on the surface of a disc using toothpaste or peanut butter. Applying a dash of toothpaste with a clean cloth on the scratched areas and rubbing gently outwards is an effective way to remove light... More »

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To clean a CD, hold the CD under running water, use liquid soap to remove spots from the CD, remove the excess water by shaking the CD and allow it to air dry. This process takes about 20 minutes and requires soap. More »

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