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I have a plastic machine that I need to do two things with:
1) remove logo/brand that is currently on it without damaging the plastic.
2) apply a new logo/brand name on the same plastic and have this new logo be of high-quality and look as if it's always been on the machine's plastic
So far I've tried many chemicals including gasoline, acetone, nail polish remover, suntan lotion, and goof off (goof off worked best). For some reason, the logo on my silver version of the machine came off much easier than the white one- but I need the white machine's logo to be removed from the plastic, while not damaging the plastic or plastic coloring and not leave any indentations that would prevent the new logo from looking high-quality because of leaving a trace (i.e., indentation) of the old logo.
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