If you’re looking for a reliable, affordable, and easy-to-use compact disc cleaner to clean your CDs and DVDs without damaging them, this is the one.
It’s not just a cleaner, its a miracle worker. In fact, if you find one of your discs gets really really dirty, you can simply place it in the cleaner and let it do the work. It’s not unlike any other cleaner you’ve used before. If you’ve tried any of the other cleaners that claim to be “best” for your CDs, you’ll know what I mean.
This is also a great deal. Only 99 cents for a small tube (and a screwdriver) so you can clean a small amount of discs, or about $7.50 for a big tube.
I just got my first one of these from Compact Disc Cleaners and have seen it work many times. The most important thing is that it’s quick, which is what you wanted. You must also have a screwdriver and make sure it is easy to use. My guess is most people will think its a waste of money, but I wouldnt be opposed to saving up some money for one.
It works. And I don’t think that the price point will be a deal breaker.
The company that sells compact discs sells them for £29.99 in UK. If you can afford it, you can get it for £29.99 in one easy few-day deal.
The cost of a compact disc is $199.99. A small investment will probably cost you $199.99 after the cost of the disc.
For the most part, I think you can get a decent compact disc cleaner for $10.
I know I am a bit of a hooligan here, but I think I have a good argument for getting a compact disc cleaner. I have one of those cheap, yellow plastic discs that I use to clean my car windows. I always have a small chunk of toothpick in my mouth (as I do with my hands) whenever I need to pop my window in place or clean it out.
When I get a new car, my first step is always to clean my windows. I don’t need to go to another store to get the same thing. I can just go to my car, put on a clean window, and go. With a compact disc cleaner, it is a simple matter of unscrewing the lid, sticking my hands in, and running the soft plastic disc into the groove.