Future Floor Polish

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  1. red00wolf

    red00wolf insatiable collector

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    Could i use it to take scratches out of cds dvds?
     
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    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.
     
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    Floor polish works great...



    ...for GETTING ME HIGH!
     
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    Turbocharger We should get more letter

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    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.
     
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    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.

    --Moony
     
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    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.
     
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    Pledge furniture polish works REAL nice on CD's. Dunno about DVD's but if you're desperate, why not?
     
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    Does Future Floor Polish eventually "rub off" after moving the joint too much? Or is it more permanent?
     
  12. KillBot

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    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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