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1 I have a good white box for keep my discs, To protect the UV disks can I keep the disk in some cardboard box of white color? Cardboard box white color reflects light uv on disks or not?

2 Indirect sunlight, led lamp light, fluorescent lamp light in these 3 cases the light degrades the polycarbonate plastic in long term-storage?

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  02-10-2017, 05:28 AM
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If the box is closed, who cares what color it is?

It could be blue with pink polka dots, and nobody would care -- aside from Smurfette, of course.

Light can damage clear plastic. It turns opaque over time. Source just determines speed, with sun being fastest.

So don't store discs in the sun in an open box. Easy.
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