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Does anyone know how to clean discs? I was practicing at my high school with a new set of discs I ordered and it was windy out. I threw one too high with my new nuke and it took a nosedive. On to asphalt. Now it has that black streak on it and I was considering dying it. Does anyone know the best way to clean off the black marks?

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okay, I'll try that then. Thanks.
Also, dish soap started to fade it, so I might try something a little bit more potent as well. Oven cleaner should do the trick. drain-o seems too severe, especially considering the fact that I may consider dying my nuke.
haha glad to know im not the only one, and honestly who doesnt want a good excuse to sit in a hot shower for an extra 10min? one of the best 10 min if you ask me haha
Yes, but what do you do if you want to clean a disc other than a comet?
try wd40 it returns a tacky feel to my omega super softs
A lot of states dont have that rule. I know washington doesnt ask. Because we end up with a lot of kids that work for parents or do home repair work for somebody so its pointless to say you cant buy that product right now.
I have put mine in the dish washer. but you really have to keep an eye on it to make sure you dont let them get heat dried. Because if the dryer part comes on then you end up with a mess because it will bend your discs.

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