CD, DVD & Game Disc Repair - Step-by-Step Instructions

90% of Discs Repaired by
1 PAD - 1 STEP - 1 MINUTE!

It's really that easy!

The revolutionary Patented Scratch Removal Pads from the Disk Doctor ensure you save time and money each and every time you use our MACH series Scratch Removal Machines. Compare our Step-By-Step with other Commercial Scratch Removal Machines and you'll soon discover why The Disk Doctor's machines are the best on the market today!

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Level of Damage

Buff/Minor
Scratches,
Dirt, Dust,
Fingermarks etc.

Light to
Medium
Scratches

Deep
Scratches

Extra Deep
(knife)
Scratches

Deep Cut
Pad
10sec

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Light Cut
Pad

10sec

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Repair Pad
1min

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Polish/Buff
Pad

15sec

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Total Time

15sec

1min 15sec

1min 25sec

1min 35sec

Why are 90% of discs repaired in 1 minute with 1 pad?

If you have a Video Store, or other type of DVD or Game Rental service, then the you can easily expect to repair 90% of your discs with the Repair Pad in 1 minute - that's all! You can polish the discs with the Polishing Pad if you like, however it is not neccessary. The Repair Pad is enough to get your discs back into "like new" condition and back into circulation making you money!

If you would like to sell your DVD's or Game Discs as ex-rentals, then you may want to use the Polishing Pad on the disc for 15 seconds - just to give the disc a brilliant shine!

Deep Cut Pad

The Deep Cut Pad for 10 seconds is for very severe scratches that you can actually feel with your fingernail. You should not run the Deep Cut for longer than 10 seconds.

Light Cut Pad

The Light Cut Pad for 10 seconds is to remove deep scratches.

Repair Pad

The Repair Pad for 1 minute will remove light to medium scratches and will be the only pad you need use for 90% of your discs. Should this pad not remove a scratch, then try using the Light Cut for 10 seconds, and then the Repair Pad for 1 minute.

Polish / Buffing Pad

The Polish Pad for 15 seconds will remove light scratches, dust, dirt, grime and fingermarks. The Polish Pad can be used after the Repair Pad if you wish to give the disc a brilliant shine.

REPAIR PROCESS - STEP BY STEP

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Place repair or polishing compound on pad.

Use the bottom of the bottle to spread the compound around.

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Place the disc information side facing out, and finger tighten.

Place the repair arm on the upright pole and let it sit on top of the pad. Place light pressure in the middle of the arm, and tighten the wingnut.

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Set the timer to 1 minute and push the green button to start. The unit will automatically stop when finished!

Remove the disc from the repair arm by unscrewing the nut. Hold the disc in hand and wipe clean with lint-free cloths. The disc is now repaired!

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So what does it cost the average user to repair discs?

The cost of repairing discs depends on how you use the machine. If you are like most of our customers however, you will only repair the discs, and not bother to polish them until you plan to sell them. If they are simply going back onto the rental shelves, repairing them with the Repair Pad is all you need to do.

Disc Repair
Application

Product

Cost

# of Discs

Average
Cost/Time
Per Disc

Deep Cut

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$23.59

200

10sec
@
$0.11

Light Cut

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$23.59

200

10sec
@
$0.11

Disc Repair

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$62.64

500

1min
@
$0.12

Disc Polish

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$58.09

700

15sec
@
$0.08

* To use all of these products to do 350 discs, you would have to have 350 extremely badly damaged discs! Most users of Disk Doctor Commercial Scratch Repair Machines would only use the Deep & Light Cut on rare occasions, and would use the Polish Pad & Compound only for discs which are to be retailed.

90% of discs are repaired using ONLY the Disc Repair Pad & Compound at a cost of $62.64 for 500 discs!





This webpage comes from Disk Doctor
http://www.diskdoctor.com.au/