Have an old, scratched up CD that won't play anymore? That CD probably held many memories for you, and you wish you were able to play it, if only it wasn't so scratched up...
But now you can re-live those memories using the magic of peanut butter! Don't spend five bucks on "Scratch out" that only makes things worse, when you can fix your scratched up CD's George Washington Carver style!
Step 1: What you need...
As the title of this instructable suggests, you really only need one thing:
But If you want to get technical, then here's a detailed list...
You need only one tablespoon of peanut butter. Please, use common sense and DON'T use chunky peanut butter. Please.
You also need some way of rubbing the peanut butter. Use napkins, paper towels, polishing cloth(it's reccomended you don't use a good one), or even your fingers.
Now, most CD warnings say to not submerge the disk in water. But you need SOME way of getting that peanut butter off, right? Besides, we're not "submerging", we're "washing".
I used water to get it off, and it worked fine.