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    I dont think my Wii is scratching it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michaelk
    I dont think my Wii is scratching it.
    then what is then?

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    You could take it into a game store for buffing.

    If you need a sig, feel free to contact me! I love makin em! ^_^
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    WiiChat?!!?! WHERE?! a30993's Avatar
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    Ok, It's most likely the cardboard sleeve, there are people who sell actual game cases for Wii Sports on ebay (Like a game case for LoZ:TP or MSC.)

    So if you buy one of those (They're like, 2$.) your discs probably won't be scratched again.

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    why get all worked up over some hairline scratches? no matter how well you take care of CDs, they are going to get scratched. the only way to avoid getting a CD scratched is if you NEVER take it out of the case. even then some cases will still cause a small scratch or 2.

    btw dont double post. just hit the edit button under your original post or wait for someone else to post before you post again (unless its been a while)

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    Got Wii? [1-21-07] XtremeKilling's Avatar
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    maybe ur dog or your brother or sister licks them... just to get you piss lol

    anyways..
    the nintendo customer service are sure nice these days.


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    To remove scratches off a CD you can use toothpaste but banana also works. Heres a tutorial on how to remove scratches off a CD with a banana http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CS2NMeUBArs

    Or use the toothpase method which i dont think you did it right
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z537As9ehXo

    If you cant understand this dude ill tell you what to do.

    1. Get toothpase

    2. Smudge toothpaste around the cd so its all covered

    3. Leave for 5 minutes

    4. Run water all over the cd until the toothpaste has come off (all of it)

    5. Get a cloth or a t-shirt that isent dirty and wipe it
    Last edited by DarkRoy12; 10-19-2007 at 03:31 AM.

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    19 Words, Been there, done that, didn't work. I even used the exact instructions from those videos and what you said.

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    Okay look. What someone said earlier might be the case. The Wii sports sleeve. If you go to...http://www.thecoverproject.net/view.php?cover_id=1716 you can print a cover for a normal DVD case.
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    get a disc cleaner. you can fill in the scratches too

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