Disc Clinic DVD, CD or Game Disc Cleaner @ 99p Store
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Disc Clinic DVD, CD or Game Disc Cleaner @ 99p Store

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Found 1st Dec 2010Made hot 2nd Dec 2010
i went to 99p store i saw this disc clinic for 99p i bought one for my self which i think is really good for the price so i hope it would help some one

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will this work on VHS?

wtf???

skykid3

will this work on VHS?

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skykid3

will this work on VHS?

i wouldnt think so it would work for VHS it works on the disc type things

From the small pic it looks like just a cleaning fluid type thing and not something to remove scratches, am I right? Personally I would save the quid and use a cloth with some water!

evil_yo

wtf???


Hardawan

i wouldnt think so it would work for VHS it works on the disc type things


WOOOSH!!! X)
Edited by: "trog0" 1st Dec 2010

trog0

WOOOSH!!! X)



lol

what about betamax

Adamski1964

what about betamax


Too late Adamski the bar has already been set by skykid

yes, can also work with betamax and vhs, but must be done manually. Unwind it in full and with a cloth use the liquid supplied. once the full lenght is done, then rewind and the job is done. Will be same as new, good luck

brought this, its about as good as wiping the disc over with a baby wipe.

I had one of these a couple of years ago and would advise avoiding, they are useless.

It can't get rid of even light scratches and has been suggested, you'd be better off with a damp cloth or microfibre, they will do the same job. In fact, as you get frustrated that it's not doing anything, you can end up making he discs worse as the circular motion of the cleaners can scratch if there are any particles on it.

supernatural_liz

brought this, its about as good as wiping the disc over with a baby wipe.



where did you bring it from?

fazzy-bhoy

where did you bring it from?



He brought it from the shop where he bought it obviously!

sourced from an amazon review:

here's the advice. By a tin of Brasso (which is also a mild abrasive) and clean your surfaces with that. You may need to use a bit of 'elbow grease' and it will leave faint marks, but the discs will play. Try it on something not to precious first, then you will see and gain confidence.

also try

amazon.co.uk/s/r…y=0

These have mixed reviews. remember that parts of these things cost to replace so can cost more than just inital outlay. I used a hand version of a skip dr ages ago. It worked, but left a strange radial effect on the disc so it was obvious to ebay buyers i had cleaned the disc up.

Hilarious, didnt realise Liz is a common name for men (_;) I got it from 99p store of course
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