[Videolib] DVD/CD protectors
Mike Boedicker (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Mon, 15 Sep 2003 15:01:13 -0500
Do any of you use clear disc covers to protect your DVDs or CDs from damage
-- i.e those thin, clear plastic films that adhere directly to the disc? I
thought they were available only for the top (label) side of the disc, which
is the most vulnerable to scratches, but I've just seen a data-side
protector (go to www.shopperinc.com & enter "Protect-O-Disc DVD Protector"
to see it). I'd be interested in hearing from anyone who uses either top or
bottom-side protectors and what your experiences are with them --
reliability, problems playing on equipment, cost-benefit, etc. Thanks.
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