How it Works....
This section describes
the way in which we restore scratches to optical discs, whether it
be DVD, CD or Console Game discs etc
For more detailed
information on each type of disc and how scratches affect them,
please click here.
In general, scratches
affect a layer of polycarbonate on the underside of the disc, which
then impedes the travel of the laser which passes over the disc to
read the data within it.
Once damage has
occurred to the polycarbonate layer of the disc in the form of a
scratch, dent, scuff or cut, the damaged polycarbonate layer needs to
be restored to a scratch free mirror finish.
This is done in a variety of ways depending on the machine type used
for your repair, but the general process is the same for each.
Whether the damage is heavy, or just a light scratch, our State of
the Art refinishing machines will safely and
effectively restore your disc to as new condition by
gradually polishing the polycarbonate away, micron by micron, until the scratch is
removed leaving a highly polished mirror finish surface.