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Above Average 1 Salami Level: 32 Posts: 87/217 EXP: 204850 For next: 1594 Since: 27.4.03 From: Nova Scotia Canada Since last post: 108 days Last activity: 2 days # 1 Posted on 5.9.05 1228.45 Reposted on: 5.9.12 1229.01 I just got a couple of games from my friend for the PS2. I wondered why he would be giving away his games free, but I found out when they all had a little scratches on them, so I was wondering is there any cheap way to remove small marks from PS2 games somebody told me toothpaste but I don't know if that would work. Any help would be great. Promote this thread!
ShotGunShep Frankfurter Level: 58 Posts: 667/836 EXP: 1561404 For next: 16151 Since: 20.2.03 Since last post: 2447 days Last activity: 2334 days # 2 Posted on 5.9.05 1832.20 Reposted on: 5.9.12 1833.00 Have you tried the games out? DVD-ROMS hold up much better than CDs and many times visible scratches have no effect on the performance of your game or DVD.
The Guinness. Bockwurst Level: 49 Posts: 46/611 EXP: 877854 For next: 6035 Since: 24.4.05 From: San Diego, CA Since last post: 6 days Last activity: 10 min.
AIM: # 3 Posted on 5.9.05 1943.03 Reposted on: 5.9.12 1944.29 If the scratches are a problem try using Turtle Wax (other waxes will probably work too). Just follow the same instructions listed for waxing a car. I've used this trick for many years starting with music Cd's and then every other type of media that is on a disc. 9 times out of 10 it works.
Lise Mrs. Guru Level: 71 Posts: 194/1274 EXP: 3087035 For next: 80094 Since: 11.12.01 Since last post: 329 days Last activity: 219 days # 4 Posted on 6.9.05 0308.20 Reposted on: 6.9.12 0308.57 Most used CD (and some used game) stores have a machine thingy that will fix scratched discs and will often do yours for a small fee (I remember it being around a buck a disc).
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