I recommend a mixture of alcohol and non-acetone nail polish remover. The
mixture should be about 75%/25% with more alcohol. Make sure the nail
polish remover contains no acetone as this will eat the disc. Straight
rubbing alcohol may make it difficult to remove the marker and you will
rub too hard causing scratches to the disc. You also want to use a
lint-free cloth and use gentle swirls. Wipe the disc from the center
straight out so that any scratches are perpendicular to the laser read.
If you do find that the marker has permeated the disc surface, I might be
able to assist you in removing the mark. Our website, Rubberdisc.com
provides scratch repair service as well as removal of gouges, gum, finger
imprints and other imperfections to discs. Simply put, we fix discs.
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