I was all ready with "First spray the surface of the disc with a clear
dull coating, like Testor's Dullcote or equivalent. Now you can apply
thin washes of paint, chalk or other coloring to weather the surface."
Hey, if you did it on the top, you could still play the disc, right?
To the arrogant putzes at NBC:
Do we call the country Italia? Is its capital Roma?
If you printed your own DVD label (either direct to disk or to a paper
label) with an inkjet printer, hold the printed side under running tap water
(warm, not hot) for a few minutes. Then gently wipe the printed surface with
a soft absorbent cloth to simulate a faded label which look like it had been
left outside for a while. To truly simulate a "left out" DVD, actually leave
it out in the sun for a few hours. It will warp nicely, though that is not
enough time to fade the label without the water trick above.
in article 440c9265$0$25086$ email@example.com, David
Nebenzahl at firstname.lastname@example.org wrote on 3/6/06 11:50 AM:
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