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Do you have water damaged digital media? Have you ever found your DVDs in an icy cold bath? Has your city or town been recently devastated by a major flood? ...
First you must have water damaged and/or dirty discs to begin with, or else this whole thing just won't work. Ok, assuming you have the discs, carefully remove ...
Place discs into a container filled with clean water. USE NO SOLVENTS, as this will destroy your discs, only use clean water. Let the discs soak in the ...
After they have soaked for some time, gently rub them over with a soft wet cloth, one at a time, whilst they are STILL IMMERSED. Do not rub ...
After they have soaked for some time, again you must rub them over with a soft cloth whilst they are STILL IMMERSED. Then dunk and rinse them and place ...
Once they are dry, take each disc in turn and dry with a MICROFIBRE or a CHAMOIS cloth to remove any traces of water and ro remove smears ...
Now you have your clean and dry discs, but no cases. You could always clean the cases, but that is not covered in this in structable. Instead I ...
To make the sleeves, first take your A4 paper, and fold in in half along it's shortest edge, as shown. Then, BEFORE YOU PUT THE DISC IN, write ...
Repeat step seven until all discs have been consumed. A winner is you.
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