Howto: fix scratched CD

Sometimes pulling out an old CD from your music archive reveals some discs haven’t fared well in the passage of time. CDs are vulnerable to fingerprint smudges, a bit of dried syrup, perhaps even some scratches from the time that CD disappeared under the passenger’s seat three years ago. There are ways to get that disc spinning again so you can transfer the music or data to a more respectable media, like MP3s.

Excerpt from Wired.com.

I just realize that, to clean a cd, the damp cloth should be wiped from the center of the cd to the outside edge in a straight line.

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