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    Default dvds?

    Can they get water damage?

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    not that I know of? I've had random discs get a bit wet before and just dried them. however I havent ever chucked them
    in the bath foe fun either haha

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    I don't think so... Not the actual DVD anyway. Perhaps if given a good soaking the plastic film on the top side could bubble and peel away, or if the water was dirty they could have been scratched by sediment?

    Eta: the ones my dd 'cleaned' in her bath when she was two didn't get damaged at all.

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    Thanks for your reply we have a hole in our dinning room roof and I had somethings sitting there not thinging that yeah its raining outside not long, after I go to pick the dvds up and there all wet dried them the best I can

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    Hope they are fine - was thinking you were an insurance claim assessor and someone had claimed water damaged DVDs in a flood or something!


 

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