A disc should be stored appropriately to protect it from scratches and dust that might interfere with its playback. If your CDs and DVDs are lying plain, you need to consider buying a clean storage for a new beginning. You need to start with the positives of what type of storage will go well with the CDs and open your imagination to the possibilities of organizing it attractively and safely.
As a first step, think about what are the good options for storing your discs. Many companies prove themselves to be an illustrative case in point with their wide range of solutions for CD storage. Some successfully use a variety of materials and finishes on the storage cases to offer extra protection. In today’s world, CD packaging are available in different shapes, forms and size including Amaray case insert, CD binder case, CD box case, CD jewel case, CD digipak case, CD diskbook case, CD mailer, multi-dvd case, pocket case and specilty cases. The binder case option, chosen to work with multiple CDs, set the storage scheme when space is limited. Some CD case options are made of clear plastic which allows the user to identify the disc they are reaching for. The diskbook cases give the space the character of a library retreat. Attractive in its own right, they can complement any set of books on the shelves. The CD mailers, designed for postal companies, are strong enough to offer protection against rough handling. Then there are jewel cases, which are the most commonly used CD storage solution in the market. These are made out of polystyrene that give the outer covering a clear appearance. The tray holds the disc in place through hinges and the cover is closed to store the disc. The trays are sold in different colors including black, white and transparent. Some cases hold one disc at a time, while other cases are designed to hold multiple discs.
CD and DVD storage cases vary in price but if you are buying in bulk, the price of each case will run even lower. Many online retailers offer bulk pricing on CD storage cases, so if you are shopping around, you are sure to find a good deal. Local office supplies and electronic stores carry a broad spectrum of CD storage solutions in large quantities as well.
For the best storage solution with your choices, make sure that the discs are away from extreme temperatures. Some specialty cases lend themselves to normal temperature settings. Other cases work well for a variety of environment. Generally, the softer the case, the more chances of disc damage. For instance, sleeves that are made of plastic, poly and vinyl come in variety of colors but are usually soft in texture. These type of cases tend to be least expensive but at the same time least protective. The trend today for any type of CDs and DVDs are the jewel cases which recall the effects of mini suitcases with a touch of beauty.