I’m going to try and make some custom drive bays from lexan, and found that Methylene Chloride melts polycarbonate and can be used to glue/weld 2 pieces together. So I was kind of wondering, what if you wiped the surface of a scratched disk with it? Would it melt the scratches out? Would it warp the disk? Would it penetrate through the polycarbonate and damage the recording surface? If a lint free cloth was just barely damped with it, could scratches be buffed/rubbed out?
On a side note, does anyone know how much lexan shrinks at the seam when when welded with Methylene Chloride? I was thinking of dissolving some bits of lexan in it to make a glue.