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RE: [AV Media Matters] dusty CD-R's

Keeping the blank CD-R free of dust is always a good idea.  You can use
soft lens brush instead of a aerosol can

Charles Repka

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Robert Brian Levy [mailto:xernaut@yahoo.com]
> Sent: Tuesday, April 30, 2002 12:02 PM
> To: AV Media Matters
> Subject: [AV Media Matters] dusty CD-R's
> Hi everyone,
> I was wondering about how important dust-free CD-R reflective 
> sides are
> for 
> optimal burns, low error occurences, archivability and the like.
> If, as I suspect, this is an issue, then what are some solutions for 
> getting the CD-R's as dust-free as possible prior to burning? 
>  Is there 
> some kind of air-in-a-can that would be ok to use (despite 
> the fact that
> many of these have chemicals in them which I fear might harm the 
> CD-R's)?  Any other solutions?
> Thanks once again for any help you can provide.
>           Best,
>                Brian L
> --------------------------------------------
> Robert Brian Levy
> Language Activist and Archivist
> Executive Director
> Kiwat Hasinay Foundation
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