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CD Labeling Question

I burn audio and data CD-Rs and hand-write labels for them using permanent markers. Does anyone know if, once dry, there is anything in the marker ink that might damage CD-R discs if they are stored simply by being stacked one atop the other, without individual cases? THX JLJ

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Re:CD Labeling Question

The answer is Yes and No.

Some markers can cause harm. They usually have a very strong chemical smell when you remove the cap.

The Sharpie brand seems to work OK.
I would suggest using the "Ultra Fine Point" as it puts less ink on the disk.
Sharpie brand is available at office supply stores.

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Re:Re:CD Labeling Question

for a very reasonable cost why not get sure thing cd labeler or any one of the many on the market.just type in cd labelers in your browser and take your pick

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How many years do you need these?

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