Re: How to Clean a CD....

From: John Cremati ^lt;[email protected]>
Date: 06/24/05-05:07:00 AM Z
Message-id: <001401c578ac$d8edd360$d4a551d1@k1t0l0>

The problem with CD's is that they are not archival .... Atmosphere, finger
prints, will effect CD's eventually... .....I had ruined CD's by simply
writing on them with a Magic Marker so any solvents is out of the question
other than what is recommended by the MFGs........... I would treat them
as film and clean acordingly.......... I personally would use nothing other
than a Professional CD Cleaner for light scratches and dirt....
..............They cost about $30 to $50 ........If you really value your
CD, you need to copy them from time to time to make sure they are sill
good.........
----- Original Message -----
From: "Bill William" <iodideshi@yahoo.co.jp>
To: <alt-photo-process-l@skyway.usask.ca>
Sent: Friday, June 24, 2005 5:23 AM
Subject: How to Clean a CD....

> --- Christina <darvida@gmx.at>
>
> > What it the right way?
> ???
>
> Hummm, Digital Talk...?
> Well, I need to know how to wash the dirt and boogie men
> off of an old CD that contains alot of old alt Photo
> stuff. It was a gift from a friend (Thanks RS) so I don't
> want to ditch it.
>
> What is to be carefull about? water? soap?
> Solvents?
> I am sure abrasion would not be the best thing for it but
> can I use a sponge or wash it with fast running water?
>
> Steam?
>
> Acetone?
>
> OK...Yes, I was wrong to leave it out uncovered for 6
> months but I got distracted and forgot return to that part
> of the house.
>
> What can be done?
>
> Ray
>
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