To prevent your new CD's and DVD's from getting scratched......turn them upside down inside the case. When you put back inside it's encasement....you slide it around to find the center...this results in dust particles scratching the sensitive disk..so turn it over before putting it back in the case and when you slide it to align the hole..it won't scratch it. Saves you alot of money in replacing them and the headache of trying to repair them with those expensive little scratch removing gadgets
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Fix a scratched CD with toothpaste. Place a small dab of nonabrasive white toothpaste on a cotton ball, and gently apply it over the CDís scratch, starting the cotton ball at the middle of the CD and moving it outward. Use a small amount of water and a second, clean cotton ball to remove any excess toothpaste. Let the CD air-dry.
to keep our dvd's and cd's put away and cut way down on the space they take up I bought 24slot carriers for them. Now we have 3 "books" of dvd's/cd's that take up 6inches of space instead of 2 shelves full! Plus I got them at dollar tree for $1each!
my hubby is a movie buff and I had all theses DVD's Cluttered up on a shelf collection dust. I went to the Dollar Store and purchased a couple CD Cases for $5.00 that holds like 96. I took the movies out of the DVD cases and placed them in the CD case and threw the empty DVD cases out now the DVD's are all together and takes up a fraction of the space.
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