Harmful to DVD's

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  1. Martin Jeeves

    Martin Jeeves Supporting Actor

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    I recently did some decorating in my 'home theatre' involving filling in holes (polyfilla/plaster) and some painting. I moved my DVD's etc to the otherside of the room while the paint and plaster was wet. When it dried I moved them back.
    Although I didn't spill any paint or polyfilla actually on the DVD's, I was wondering if the airborne chemicals in the paint or polyfilla was harmful to DVD's. Does anyone know?
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  2. GlennH

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    I wouldn't worry about it. If it didn't harm your lungs I think the DVDs can stand it. It's not like you subjected the discs to a harsh environment for a long time.
    Anyway, let us know if you start seeing signs of "DVD Rot" or any such thing. [​IMG]
     

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