A spill shouldn't cause too much of an issue. Just let it dry out and see. I had a friend who had flood damage and some of his discs were completely submerged for awhile. Some discs were salvaged but others got water under the protective scratch layer and caused fogging/damage that ruined the disc.
But with this just being a spill you should be fine. --- PSN ID: sled_dogs76 60" Pioneer Kuro Elite PRO151FD, Yamaha RX-V3900 A/V Receiver, Oppo DV983-H player. Coming soon: 2 Seaton Submersives from Mark Seaton
#5rawrLIKEaB05S__Posted 3/7/2013 4:18:51 PM
Blu Ray >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>All --- What I If Told You... You Read The Top Sentence Wrong.
#6SDFan18Posted 3/7/2013 4:21:05 PM
No worries there. If it was the console or controller then it may be a different story. --- "Welcome to nowhere and finding out where it is." PSN ID: BBFaNaTiC86
Water doesn't hurt discs. --- I asked God for a bike, but I know God doesn't work that way. So I stole a bike and asked for forgiveness.
#8chickenlardPosted 3/7/2013 4:23:04 PM
It will still work, when I am too lazy to wipe fingerprints off my disk, I just go to the sink and dous it with water, and wipe with a towel. Never had any problems. Juice, or soda though, I am not sure, probably won't work that well.
#9CloneTheHeroPosted 3/7/2013 4:29:35 PM
Iuse damp towels to clean dirt discs sometimes. So yes it will still work --- Currently Playing: Tales of Graces f, MGR: Revengeance, NHL 13 / PSN - Fatal error83
#10riddlebox89Posted 3/7/2013 5:03:36 PM
Man that thing would still work if you ran it over with an eighteen wheeler.
OK yeah I'm exaggerating but seriously, blu ray discs can take one hell of a beating, hell you wanna know how I wash fingerprints off mine? I take a bit of string and stick it in a freshly cleaned toilet and flush then wipe it off. --- I am a dedicated member of the "Walter Sullivan Is Bad-Ass" group!!! I am the true originator of the Cookie Demon theory on the SH2 and 3 boards.