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[filmscanners] Re: CD Labeling and alcohol



The white paint that makes the label may not be a lacquer coating.  In
fact, the white label is usually designed to accept inks, since its
purpose is to hold graphic information.

Art

Cliff Ober wrote:

> The other day I mentioned the diffusion aspects of the Sharpie inks with
> plastics; I took a look at some Memorex CD's I wrote about a year ago
> and marked on in the white label area with a medium point Sharpie (these
> are short-term backup CD's not archival stuff). The marker ink has
> visibly diffused into the white label "paint" or lacquer coating. The
> disks have not yet exhibited any problems with data loss, but I sure
> wouldn't want to trust marking on important CD's after seeing this...
> (not that I'd use Memorex for anything really important anyhow).
>
> Cliff
>
>


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