Can banana remove scratches?
Take a CD / DVD that has smudges and minor scratches on it. Using a circular motion, apply a freshly cut banana to it. Next, wipe it down with the banana peel (the inside). The wax from the peel will help polish and further clean the disk.
How do you fix a scratched DVD with a banana?
First, apply toothpaste to the scratched area and massage it gently into the surface using a rag. Then, remove the paste and take a piece of peeled banana and rub it in circular motions into the DVD. Next, take the peel and do the same thing. After, clean the disc using a cloth and spray window cleaner onto it.
Does toothpaste really help scratched discs?
Toothpaste is just abrasive enough to wear down scratched areas to a smoother surface. Small scratches and scuff marks are much easier to repair than deep gouges. Some CD repair services can repair the disc with a special buffing machine, but these are hard to use without causing damage.
How can you get scratches off a disc?
Apply a small dab of white toothpaste or metal polish to a clean, lint-free (ie fluff-free) cloth and rub very gently along the scratch from the disc’s centre outwards. Cover the full length of the scratch, then repeat twice for good measure.
Can I fix a scratched DVD?
Clean the disc with warm water, soap, and a cloth and then dry it, making sure that no lint is left behind. Squeeze toothpaste onto the disc and rub it on the disc in a straight motion from the center out to the edges. Finally, wash off the toothpaste and dry the disc. It should work now!
How do you fix a scratched Wii game?
Place a small amount of white, non-gel toothpaste onto a cotton swab. Clean the disc again, then gently rub the toothpaste in small circles inside the scratch. This method can only work with non-gel toothpaste; any other kind will make the problem worse. Clean the game with soap again.
Can you fix a scratched DVD?
How do you fix a scratched record?
Apply a thin line of epoxy or wood glue to the scratched area. Use a toothpick to ease into the crack and allow time for it to seep in thoroughly. If there are multiple scratches, apply glue to the entire record as it spins on your turntable.