Re: [Videolib] Re: Removing permanent marker from DVDs

John Fossett (john@krl.org)
Thu, 5 May 2005 08:51:04 -0700

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We're training some new processors and I can verify that the "Dry Erase" technique works well on CDs and DVDs. Thanks for the tip.

Regards,

John

On Wed, 04 May 2005 15:38:10 -0700, Gary P. Ross wrote
> Strange as this sounds, dry erase markers will remove permanent marker from many surfaces that are smooth. Just go over the permanent marker with a covering motion ( as if you were blacking something out in a document) and then erase. Usually works in one application.
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> I have NOT tried this on DVDs and would suggest a test first...but it works on whiteboards and windows.
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> gary
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> Gary P. Ross mailto:gpross@lane.k12.or.usMedia Manager
> Lane Education Service District
> 541.461.8235
>

Ignorance more frequently begets confidence than does knowledge.
Charles Darwin

John F. Fossett
Media Librarian
Kitsap Regional Library
1301 Sylvan Way
Bremerton, WA 98310
(360)405-9101
john@krl.org

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We're training some new processors and I can verify = that the "Dry Erase" technique works well on CDs and DVDs. Thanks= for the tip.

Regards,

John

On Wed, 04 May 2005 15:38:10 -0700, Gary P. Ross wro= te=20
> Strange as this sounds, dry erase markers will remove permanent = marker from many surfaces that are smooth.=A0 Just go over the permanent ma= rker with a covering motion ( as if you were blacking something out in a do= cument) and then erase.=A0 Usually works in one application.=20
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> I have NOT tried this on DVDs and would suggest a test first...b= ut it works on whiteboards and windows.=20
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> gary=20
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Gary P. Ross=A0 mailto:gpross@lane.k12.or.usMedia Manager=20
> Lane Education Service District=20
> 541.461.8235=20
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Ignorance more frequently begets confidence than does knowledge. =97= =20
Charles Darwin=20

John F. Fossett=20
Media Librarian=20
Kitsap Regional Library=20
1301 Sylvan Way=20
Bremerton, WA 98310=20
(360)405-9101=20
john@krl.org=20


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