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1/25/2018 7:38:29 AM
Posted: 3/29/2002 4:19:18 PM EST
[Last Edit: 3/29/2002 5:51:05 PM EST by BrodowskiTJ]
Link Posted: 3/29/2002 4:26:23 PM EST
Link Posted: 3/29/2002 4:29:06 PM EST
Sounds like its time to get a new friend
Link Posted: 3/29/2002 5:17:25 PM EST
Try a clean cloth and toothpaste. Just put some toothpaste on the scratches and rub it in real hard. The toothpaste will act as a mild abrasive but will not harm the data on the CD. It works wonders for my scratched CD's P.S. It will only remove small scratches, not gouges...
Link Posted: 3/29/2002 5:34:10 PM EST
[Last Edit: 3/29/2002 5:34:45 PM EST by Sukebe]
Come on! How many friendships would you trash over $45.00. I've loaned friends things that didn't come back in the same condition and I've borrowed things from friends that didn't go back in the same condition. Sh*t happens. I've always offered to make good on them and if they decline then it's chalked up to the price of having friends. I have never insisted that a friend make good on damage to a loaned item, that's the risk of being a loaner. If the friend is close enough that I would loan my stuff to him then I am willing to write off any damage. Now if the BrodowskiTJ described the borrower as someone less than a friend I'd say that he should insist on restitution.
Link Posted: 3/29/2002 5:40:16 PM EST
use plastic polish for aircraft windows.
Link Posted: 3/29/2002 6:48:48 PM EST
I personally feel that If I were to borrow something from a friend, they will get that item in the same OR better condition as when received. (that's what my daddy taught me, and I believe it to be good practice)
Link Posted: 3/29/2002 8:17:22 PM EST
Originally Posted By Sukebe: Come on! How many friendships would you trash over $45.00. I've loaned friends things that didn't come back in the same condition and I've borrowed things from friends that didn't go back in the same condition. Sh*t happens. I've always offered to make good on them and if they decline then it's chalked up to the price of having friends. I have never insisted that a friend make good on damage to a loaned item, that's the risk of being a loaner. If the friend is close enough that I would loan my stuff to him then I am willing to write off any damage. Now if the BrodowskiTJ described the borrower as someone less than a friend I'd say that he should insist on restitution.
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Can I borrow your AR this weekend?
Link Posted: 3/29/2002 9:10:22 PM EST
Originally Posted By ChrisLe: Try a clean cloth and toothpaste. Just put some toothpaste on the scratches and rub it in real hard. The toothpaste will act as a mild abrasive but will not harm the data on the CD. It works wonders for my scratched CD's P.S. It will only remove small scratches, not gouges...
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I have heard that too, works on cd's, probably would be worth a try on dvds tool.
Link Posted: 3/29/2002 9:13:34 PM EST
Yep, I've done the toothpaste trick too, and it works. Toothpaste, not just for breakfast anymore. [:D]
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