Yeah i just scratched my new Swatch watch up really bad. i banged into the wall like 50 times today. hahah im clumsy. so can any1 recommend a cheap scratch remover kit for under 10 bucks??? I saw some on ebay but you never know if they work!
First time I've heard that one. Any particular type of toothpaste? (It's not like the old days is it.. there's all sorts of crap out there now!) and is it just glass or plastics too?Glaanieboy said:If the scratch isn't that deep, you can try toothpaste and a cotton cloth. Really, it's no joke.
just try not to brush your teeth after you do thatSPeedY_B said:First time I've heard that one. Any particular type of toothpaste? (It's not like the old days is it.. there's all sorts of crap out there now!) and is it just glass or plastics too?
Yes it is. Thank you.RagnaroK said:Err, ain't a cd made of a series of grooves of 0s and 1s?
yeah data is stored on the back of the label side ... thats why if you get into "bootleg" trading ppl are 1) freeky about media type 2) will go crazy if you put anything on the top of disc as wrong markers or scratchs or anything can make the disc no good.ElementalDragon said:dood, the "groves" used to represent 1's and 0's (which i believe are actually called dips and hills and in no way would appear to be a groove.) are NOT, i repeat NOT, put on the underside of the disc. if it was, how exactly do you think a CD-RW would work? to prove that data is stored on the label side since u don't seem to believe me, why don't make a music cd, then take a key or something, and put a few scratches on the underside of the cd, where u say data is stored, and try playing the music cd in a cd player, then scratch the label side to the point that you can see through the disc and try playing it. then tell me where the data is stored.