|It's not common knowledge that the most delicate side of
a CD or DVD is not the bottom side, but in fact the top side, where a thin
layer of metal stores the data. Scratches and marks on the bottom
of the disc can often be fixed, but a scratch to the top surface can
render it unusable.|
As the illustration to the right shows, the
data layer is close to the top of the disk. By applying a protective
layer to the top of a disc, you can prevent potential damage. CDRs and
other recordable media are often more vulnerable to damage due to a
lack of protective coating on top.
These labels are only for the top surface of the CD
Placing them on the bottom will render the disc unreadable.
disc protector labels are made from a high clarity, temperature stable
film with a strong adhesive. On most discs the label becomes
permanently attached within hours. Electronic security tags,
identifying labels and written information becomes locked down under
this layer of plastic, and an attempt to remove it will often destroy
| Prices include GST.
Disc protector labels are supplied on a roll, and come in quantities of 125, 250, 500 and 1000 per roll.
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