Re: Clean CDs & DVDs

Discussion in 'DVD Video' started by Sharon Heningsen, Aug 10, 2005.

  1. On 2 Aug 2005 07:08:31 -0700, Mark Burns wrote:
    > I use a dab of toothpaste,


    It seems to me that the grit in the toothpaste can't compare to that of the
    grit in polishing compound or sandpaper supplied by JFJ Disc Repair.

    Does anyone know what the grit rating is for toothpaste vs the polishing
    compound provided at the JFJ Disc Repair site?
    http://www.jfjdiscrepair.com/supplies.htm
     
    Sharon Heningsen, Aug 10, 2005
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  2. Sharon Heningsen

    Jeff Guy Guest

    Sharon Heningsen <> wrote in
    news:1rfvrix9p41fq$.bckvx0z2leqn$:

    > Does anyone know what the grit rating is for toothpaste vs the
    > polishing compound provided at the JFJ Disc Repair site?
    > http://www.jfjdiscrepair.com/supplies.htm


    I think it's equivalent to #400 sandpaper which you can pick up at the
    local hardware store.

    Try the #400 or #500 sandpaper on your DVD and let us know how it works?
     
    Jeff Guy, Aug 11, 2005
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