4 Replies Latest reply: May 16, 2012 11:21 PM by peterfzammetti
Snakedoc1306 Level 1 (5 points)
I was curious what product can I use to take a sticker off my Mac Pro. The sticker is on the 'foot' of the Mac Pro, right underneath the front ports.

The Mac Pro is a gorgeous machine and this sticker is driving me nuts!

Any help much appreciated, thanks!

Mac Pro, Macbook Pro (15.4"), 23" Cinema Display, Wireless Keyboard & Mouse, Mac OS X (10.5.8), iPhone 3gs (32gb), 500gb Time Capsule, OWC Elite AL Pro External Drive
  • Snakedoc1306 Level 1 (5 points)
    never mind....I just used 70% rubbing alcohol and it worked great!
  • Grant Bennet-Alder Level 9 (56,679 points)
    Sometimes "Goo Gone" (oily citrus stuff) works.

    There is also a paint-remover product intended to remove dried latex paint ( contains xylene) called "Goof Off" -- Danger: damages plastics and some automotive finishes as well as latex paint. It is also useful for fixing slightly glassy printer rollers.
  • romko23 Level 2 (395 points)
    Curious to know what Apple sticker it is?? Perhaps I might take it off my mac pro.
  • peterfzammetti Level 1 (0 points)

    Ronsonol lighter fluid in the yellow plastic container is 100% safe to remove any glue from automotive, electronics, and yes even computers (not screens) lol. You can use 70% iso alcohol (beware the ethyl--hehe) to clean any lcd or led screen as long as you spray the cloth and clean in a slow rotating gesture. I use bounty white one sheets only. Best buy actually sells one item worth buying. It’s their own proprietary screen cleaner which I have never seen any issues with. The only exception is most screen cleaners tend to leave a form of waxy film which prevents you from switching back and forth with different cleaners.