Labeling CDs

by Barbara J. Feldman on November 18, 2003

Although gummed CD labels from a print-them-yourself kit can look cool, there is evidence that over time they can destroy your CDRs, leaving them totally unreadable. The safest method for labeling a CDR is a permanent marker on the clear inside ring, where no data is stored. For details read Langa Letter: More tips like this one in Audio and Video



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