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DVDs and water


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TaNkZ101

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can optical discs such as cds/dvds be damaged from water exposer? (rain, not saltwater)
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Wuz up TaNkZ101

Well it depends on the brand of disk and how long the "cds/dvds" has been exposed to water. I know that "cds/dvds" with a smooth surface can be put into water for as long as you want, it should not damage the discs at all.

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they were apsolutely new cd/dvd, and it was in my backpack which was in the rain for like 3-4 hours. then it took like 12 hours for me to figure that my cd/dvd were still in my soaking wet bag. so since they were new and didn't have scratches (i hope........) i guess i shouldn't expect any damage. k thx.
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