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    • Lacey Adkins

      Toothpaste to remove DVD scratches from another pinner: "I just did this and it WORKS! Not once did it skip!!! And it was a bad DVD before hand."

    • Doranda Woestman

      I will have to remember this! another pinner said: "I just did this and it WORKS! Not once did it skip!!! And it was a bad DVD before hand."

    • kimberly Ledford

      Fix scratched DVD "I just did this and it WORKS! Not once did it skip!!! And it was a bad DVD before hand."

    • Cindy Rudan

      Crest Kids Toothpaste for scratched DVDs and CDs. Pinner says: I just did this and it WORKS! Not once did it skip!!! And it was a bad DVD before hand....woahh

    • Jerrianne Dawson

      Remove scratches from CDs, DVDs, Wii games. from another pinner: "I just did this and it WORKS! Not once did it skip!!! And it was a bad DVD before hand."

    • Sarah Erway

      Another pinner said: I just did this and it WORKS! Not once did it skip!!! And it was a bad DVD before hand. (Matt did this for some video games and movies, it actually worked)

    • Michelle Newell

      it was a bad DVD before hand. toothpaste to repair scratched DVD or CD

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