There are plastic shields that can be purchased (as well as a potable
machine to avoid crook placement). It is tedius and an extra cataloging
step. If someone tries to remove the clear shield the cd is history.
Phoenix Public Library (602) 262-4608
1221 N. Central Ave. fax (602) 261-8800
Phoenix, AZ 85004
On Mon, 16 Apr 2001, Charles Timberlake wrote:
> There are machines that will resurface CDs and DVDs. I don't know where
> to obtain them or what they cost. We take ours to a local CD shop for
> resurfacing. They charge $3.50 per disk. The surfaces look brandnew.
> If a surface is too badly damaged, the machines cannot repair them.
> On Mon, 16 Apr 2001, Lucinda Dubinski wrote:
> > Has anyone else experienced any problems with DVD's developing scratches
> > ?? We've had a few that apparently have gotten scratched and therefore
> > won't play. Is there some kind of extra coating, or cleaning and repair
> > that can be done to lessen this problem?
> > Thanks for any suggestions. Cindy
> > Lucinda L. Dubinski
> > Coordinator, Interlibrary Loan and Reserve Services
> > Vassar College Libraries
> > 124 Raymond Ave, Box 20
> > Poughkeepsie, New York 12604-0020
> > 845-437-5795
> > 845-437-7128 (fax)
> > firstname.lastname@example.org