Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by red00wolf, Aug 23, 2008.
Could i use it to take scratches out of cds dvds?
future floor polish scratches CD - Google Search
How effective is the wax method? I've never actually had to do this, but have noticed some of the kids DVD's are looking a little abused.
Floor polish works great...
...for GETTING ME HIGH!
That reminded me of this, and listening to it in college. Good times.
YouTube - Afroman - Because I Got High (Uncensored)
And from my experience, windex works best for cleaning cds/dvds.
Future Floor Polish isn't really a 'polish'. It's basically just an acrylic clear coat. That said, I'd try something like Novus Plastic Polish.
I tried the wax method...not only was it hard to find a polish that actually HAS wax anymore, but it just plain didn't work. Better to get one of those DVD repair things that evenly grinds out the scratches.
That is what you want right there. I use Novus #2 to restore cd's and dvd's. I have yet to have it not work. Use it like a wax for your car, squirt some on rub it in with a finger wait about a minute then wipe off.
Pledge furniture polish works REAL nice on CD's. Dunno about DVD's but if you're desperate, why not?
Does Future Floor Polish eventually "rub off" after moving the joint too much? Or is it more permanent?
This is true. I use it as a clear coat for model building. I just dilute it and spray it on with an airbrush.
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