Introduction

For frisbee owners, a warped disc is a common problem due to prolonged sun exposure or moderate wear over time. For most discs, this warping can often be undone with some gentle manipulation. This fix involves a simple set up, and then letting the frisbee sit for approximately 1 hour.

Place the frisbee disc on a flat surface with the concave side facing up. Lay a towel down flat over the frisbee. Place the frisbee disc on a flat surface with the concave side facing up. Lay a towel down flat over the frisbee.
  • Place the frisbee disc on a flat surface with the concave side facing up. Lay a towel down flat over the frisbee.

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Take the bowl and fill halfway full with water. Microwave until water is boiling.
  • Take the bowl and fill halfway full with water. Microwave until water is boiling.

  • The bowl will be hot, so handle it with care.

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Take the bowl with boiling water and place it on top of the frisbee and the towel.
  • Take the bowl with boiling water and place it on top of the frisbee and the towel.

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Add a textbook as a weight to sit on top of the bowl.
  • Add a textbook as a weight to sit on top of the bowl.

  • Let everything sit for 1 hour

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Remove any weights, the bowl, and the towel. Check to see if the disc is still warped.
  • Remove any weights, the bowl, and the towel. Check to see if the disc is still warped.

  • If it is still warped repeat this process one more time.

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Conclusion

The time taken to fix the warping on your frisbee may vary based on how thick the plastic is.

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