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How to avoid damage to recording dye layer of a disc

By Desiree Subscribe to RSS | December 21st 2011 | Views:
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The so-called dye layer of a disc, in fact, is made from a very wide range of chemical substances by mixing elements made of metal, very unstable, external chemical can easily cause damage to the dye layer and loss data. In addition, light exposure and high temperature storage environment may lead to fuel layer chemical reaction and cause damage. Too humid environment tends to cause moisture deterioration to printing layer of disc, or even get moldy, after damaged the protective layer, the reflective layer and dye layer is very easily oxidized and scrap the disc. In addition, the hard objects scratch is also the most common type of disc damage. Need to select the dry, dark place to store the disc, it is the best way to avoid the effects of light and moist on the disc. Also, keep the disc away from chemical solution, to avoid chemical directly damage to disc. (iPod converter)

Pay special attention do not use oil-based pen to write on CD-ROM disc directly. While doing so can make the disc look more organized and easier to manage, but it brings a lot of adverse consequences. In addition to what we mentioned that it may cause irregular rotation of the disc, the oil inside of the ink will change over time, gradually penetrate into the fuel layer inside the disc, causing permanent damage to the disc. The right thing to do is to marking on the CD box. (iPhone Converter)

For a hard object scratch, of course, the best approach is to develop good habits, put back to the CD storage box after use, when in use should be careful not to punch on any other objects. If there are dirt on CD surface and need clean-up, choose a soft cloth (preferably a dedicated lens paper or cloth) wipe from the inside out. (PSP Converter Software)

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