new here, old time follower of the website though, I'm working on a project which I will share here & open source everywhere as soon as I am satisfied with it, and said project (granted, I admit, for measly esthetical issues)
requires me to remove those useless logos & prints usb accessories factories print on almost all of their stuff.
You know the cheapo "Hypr Sped USB 2.0" or "Cetified USB denice" kind of prints, full of mistakes, badly aligned etc...Aweful for an aesthete such as myself, and before you ask, no I don't use Apple products!
I'm sorry this isn't (yet) a very sexy nor exciting thread but if anyone could help me out I'd be so grateful ; so far I've tried using nail polish remover, paintbrush cleaner, WD40 clone and alcohol, and none had any effect. Actually I can tell by the blackening of the cloth I used to rub that they most probably DID kind of work on the plastic case, but certainly not on the silverish logo prints.
As a matter of fact on a sidenote, I have been buying & trying a few of those accessories (mainly hubs) & will make a post here so people basically don't buy them, and I'm not talking esthetics here but baaaaaaaaad electronics. Anyway more to come about that tomorrow. Does anyone know of some miracleBRU that would quit the paint without dissolving the plastic?
Your concern is much appreciated, quite a nice community going on here!