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DVDs

May 8, 2018 6:51AM PDT

The southeast is known for high humidity and mold. My DVDs are in a carousel and some have spots of mold on them, consequently, they won't play. I gently wiped them off with a dry towel and I tried to rub off the mold, to no avail. Is there a way to remove specks of mold from DVDs so that they will be playable?

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I'm going with no.
May 8, 2018 8:07AM PDT

It's time to duplicate these and try whatever cleaning method you find on the web but these are gone.

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You have no air-conditioning?
May 9, 2018 6:07AM PDT

I live further south than you and have never seen, or had, that problem in the house

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