Here are some links to the most important products I use to repair discs.
iKLEEN – Scratch Removing Polish -- > http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/320304384793
Bosch 2609256291 125 mm Polishing Sponge Clamped --> https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B0053PVU9W/ … E_AMZLdp_1
Bosch 1609200245 Lambswool Bonnet --> https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B000R5K4FY/ … E_AMZLdp_3
Novus plastic polish 123 (amazon) --> https://www.amazon.co.uk/Novus-plastic- … tic+polish
Novus plastic polish 123 (ebay cheeper) --> http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Novus-Plastic … Swv0tVTLNl
Kiwi Polish (neutral) (not the new version with carnauba wax) --> https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00CBUFS68/ … WS2CJEFW32
Brasso Metal Polish Liquid - 1 L (£9.99 cheep)
(leave to settle, and use the brown liquid top layer, amazing stuff) --> https://www.amazon.co.uk/Brasso-125760- … rds=brasso
Good deep scratch remover Silverline 675223 Loose Leaf Buffing Wheel, 100 x 15 mm https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B000NBVGKO/ … _dp_3?th=1
I just thought I would start a thread to let people know how easy disc cleaning actually is.
Its easy, the discs, 99% of the time work perfectly, reading full speed all the way. No random slowdown like when it is scratched.
And finally if you do the job properly, the end product is a disc that looks fabulously clean, and it is almost or really hard to even tell it has ever been cleaned/scratched.
Its easy once you know how, and have had a few goes at doing it.
I would like to share my wealth of knowledge when it comes to this matter, so if anyone is interested let me know, and I will post the relevant info you would need to do disc cleaning with near perfect results.
The main hardware you need is a Drill (DIY), buffing pads (Car Shop) and a couple of different polishes.
And once you have mastered it, it only takes about 10 minutes to do one disc from start to finish, and most of the work is done by the drill.
The best polish for the job, is Novus Plastic Polish 2, and also a clear shoe polish, which is very cheep, the Novus2 is a bit dear but lasts a very long time. I'm on my second bottle still.
The SPICE must flow.