Topic: Fixing scratched CD's and DVD's using Brasso
So, I bought a bottle of Brasso recently, and found that it fixed my scratched PS2 game (before I got errors in IsoBuster, but after using Brasso it extracted fine). TossEAC and puppydee also reported that it worked for them, so following iR0b0t's suggestion, here's a thread about it. I guess some people are already familiar with this, but I didn't know they sold the stuff where I live, so I never tested it until now
Here we can discuss things like:
- The best method for repairing
I only fixed 1 disc so far, so I have no idea how I can get the best result. Here's a youtube vid that I found: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1zpEYqdLXWo
If people want to describe or even show their method in a video, plz do so
- Places to buy Brasso
In my country I can just buy it at the local supermarket for less than 2 euro.
- Difference between 150ml liquid bottle and 75g wadding can
Puppydee has the wadding one, so maybe he can tell us what's different about it and if it's better than the liquid one?
- How long (how many CD's / DVD's) does a bottle last usually?