Step-by-step directions for the best and easiest way to fix scratched DVDs...with lemon Pledge!

The Best and Easiest Way to Fix Scratched CDs and DVDs

Step-by-step directions for the best and easiest way to fix scratched DVDs...with lemon Pledge!

Toothpaste to repair small scratches on a CD 23 Mind-Blowing Hacks You Will Want To Share On Facebook

23 Life Changing Hacks Nobody Told You About

Toothpaste to repair small scratches on a CD 23 Mind-Blowing Hacks You Will Want To Share On Facebook

Remove Scratches from a CD/DVD with Vaseline (Petroleum Jelly)

Remove Scratches From a CD/DVD With Vaseline (Petroleum Jelly)

Home Remendies to fix DVD scratches

Home Remendies to fix DVD scratches

Magic Eraser (any brand) for resurfacing DVDs! Hear me, people. This fixes scratched/ skipping CDs and DVDs. Using a damp magic eraser, work from middle to edge, then following the curve of the DVD. (You're scuffing down the surface to the level of the scratch.) Reclaimed my fave workout vid from the rubbish bin. Yay. Now I have *no* excuse not to sweat.

Magic Eraser (any brand) for resurfacing DVDs! Hear me, people. This fixes scratched/ skipping CDs and DVDs. Using a damp magic eraser, work from middle to edge, then following the curve of the DVD. (You're scuffing down the surface to the level of the scratch.) Reclaimed my fave workout vid from the rubbish bin. Yay. Now I have *no* excuse not to sweat.

Fix scratch, freezing, and skipping CDs and DVDs with toothpaste. Put a few drops on the disc, enough to cover but not be really goopy. Use your fingers to buff the disc until the toothpaste is partly dry and feels tacky. Put pressure on the rubbing so it is rubbed in really well. Rinse well with warm water (toothpaste comes off easily). Pat dry with a soft cloth.

Revive scratched DVD’s/CD’s (and save your sanity!)

Fix scratch, freezing, and skipping CDs and DVDs with toothpaste. Put a few drops on the disc, enough to cover but not be really goopy. Use your fingers to buff the disc until the toothpaste is partly dry and feels tacky. Put pressure on the rubbing so it is rubbed in really well. Rinse well with warm water (toothpaste comes off easily). Pat dry with a soft cloth.

Remove scratches from DVD's with toothpaste, a clean rag, a banana, and window cleaner. Can this possibly work?!?! A banana? Really?

Remove scratches from DVD's with toothpaste, a clean rag, a banana, and window cleaner. Can this possibly work?!?! A banana? Really?

Using toothpaste, a banana, a rag and window cleaner we will show you how to remove scratches from a DVD and with any luck the unplayable will become playable.

How To Remove DVD Scratches With a Banana

Using toothpaste, a banana, a rag and window cleaner we will show you how to remove scratches from a DVD and with any luck the unplayable will become playable.

Wow this actually works! I had a CD from when I was in college that got scratched and would get stuck on the third track. I watched this video and thought it was worth a go. I can now listen to this CD for the first time in 15+ years... Loads of the kids...

How To Remove Scratches From CDs & DVDs

Wow this actually works! I had a CD from when I was in college that got scratched and would get stuck on the third track. I watched this video and thought it was worth a go. I can now listen to this CD for the first time in 15+ years... Loads of the kids...

If your front door, bathroom door, bedroom door, storm door, screen door, or entryway garage door does not shut properly, something is loose, has settled, or out of alignment. If when you shut the door, it hits either at the top or bottom of the door frame, it is sagging and needs to be repaired. … … Continue reading →

If your front door, bathroom door, bedroom door, storm door, screen door, or entryway garage door does not shut properly, something is loose, has settled, or out of alignment. If when you shut the door, it hits either at the top or bottom of the door frame, it is sagging and needs to be repaired. … … Continue reading →

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