Eliminate Logos on Cellphones with Sugar - Sweet

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Large corporations can be so greedy. Even though you spend hundreds of dollars on a new gadget to call your very own, they want their name on it!

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Instructables posted a tutorial on scraping logos off electronic devices using sugar. You cover the logo with scotch tape and rub the hell out of it with a sugar cube. The results seem perfect, erasing the logo completely while the faux silver finish stays intact. If anyone is unsure about their sugar scraping skills, the tutorial has a video (but it doesn't look much different than it sounds). Now to pull out the old label maker...


Update: I guess you don't cover the logo, but in one picture it looked like he taped over everything.

Tutorial [instructables]

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Sticks Calhoun

Hey, the tape is to keep the sugar from getting inside the phone. You don't put it over the label, you put it over places you don't want sugar getting into.

Also, the author warns that this will NOT work with plastic phones and devices - only metal.