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Old 10-12-2012, 11:15 AM - Thread Starter
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I find that scratches are not much of a problem. The problem is grease or skin oils.

Here is what I do:

1-Wash my hands with liquid dishwashing soap.

2-Rinse the recording side of the DVD with luke-warm water.

3-Put a drop of liquid dishwashing soap on the DVD's recording side.

4-With my fingers I spread the soap from the center hole to the edge and give the DVD a gentle massage.

5-Rinse off the soap with luke-warm water.

6-Gently dry the DVD with a soft towel or cloth.

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