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For RWW, I’d also avoided the Water-Resistant issues because I find this fairly impossible to judge, or to convey.
Some threads on this forum make me spit-laugh, so would a mouthful of orange-juice splatters be a good test of a water-resistant surface’s abilities? After all, it’s citrus with acids in it. That doesn’t seem to be a fair test - I don’t often spit-laugh orange juice onto discs that are laying about - I’ve learned.
Or is water-resistance a measure of dishwasher cycles and low-heat vs hi-heat? Is it simply a holding the disc under a faucet and seeing my white porcelain show bloodied stains as the ink drips off? And how long, and what temps?
Or is it “Water droplet left to dry” versus “Water droplet padded off by laying a towel over it, but not wiping?”
Water resistant surfaces, I think, are less than half-the-story. The ink itself is the one that’s reactionary to the water - not the surface. The surface’s porousness has a lot to do with it, I realize, but 50% 25% 75%?
So, I avoided that. I seldom shower with any of my DVDs, although there have been times I’ve wanted to fling something at Hubby, like one of those ninja-stars. But instead, I’ve learned to double-check those locks on his shackles, and by barring the doors and windows from the outside, I can trap him in the dungeon well enough. I don’t really need water-resistant discs to reign him. That’s why God invented bridles.
And the Dabney Coleman-signature garage-door opening S&M outfit.
Nice slippers, eh, Dab?