Allsop Disc Scratch Repair Kit - £1.97 @ PC World (Instore)
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Allsop Disc Scratch Repair Kit - £1.97 @ PC World (Instore)

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Found 18th Sep 2011
Allsop Disc Scratch Repair Kit at PC World instore only £1.97 (was £14.99).

Repairs CD, DVD, BLU-RAY and Game Discs. Restores 100 Discs.

Kit includes:
1x 15ml bottle scratch repair solution
2x Microfiber cloths

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'Repair' ??? - don't think so lol.You need an expensive machine to repair scratched discs properly

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javea

'Repair' ??? - don't think so lol.You need an expensive machine to repair … 'Repair' ??? - don't think so lol.You need an expensive machine to repair scratched discs properly


I know, but it's a quick fix should you have important data you want to get off.

javea
what would you use for scratches on dvd films as i buy alot of ex-rentals


xx1180

javea what would you use for scratches on dvd films as i buy alot of … javea what would you use for scratches on dvd films as i buy alot of ex-rentals



I have a professional machine which can repair any format (DVD,Blu-Ray,CD,Gamecube etc).It's fantastic - restores even the worst possible scratched discs back to brand new condition

javea

I have a professional machine which can repair any format … I have a professional machine which can repair any format (DVD,Blu-Ray,CD,Gamecube etc).It's fantastic - restores even the worst possible scratched discs back to brand new condition



How much did that cost though.......?

At GAME they repair 3 disc for £5

Do you mean game.co.uk as they have a branch near me and did i get it right 3 discs repaired for £5.
Reason I ask is have a couple of grandsons xbox games scratched.

javea

I have a professional machine which can repair any format … I have a professional machine which can repair any format (DVD,Blu-Ray,CD,Gamecube etc).It's fantastic - restores even the worst possible scratched discs back to brand new condition



No disc can be "repaired" all any repair does is try to buff out the surface defect to allow the laser to read the data underneath without defracting. Any very fine grit material, even toothpaste, will work, some even have had a degree of success with a file wax spray (think Pledge) to fill in deeper cuts. Ultimately the defect will be there, all any repair does is lessen the impact of the damage - where possible.
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