I have been ripping my CD collection, and have a number of CDs that my Child Bride has been using in her car. Buffing, Brasso and elbow grease have retrieved some of these, but some of them have pinholes in the reflective layer too.
They’re factory made CDs, not CDRs. If they were CDrs, I’d never have blinked, just burned a new car copy.
I thought factory-pressed CDs were more durable too, but apparently they’re not.