How do i remove logo/symbol on side of sunglasses

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  1. seriously3242

    seriously3242 New Member

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    Ok. So I purchased some DG sunglasses online for a good amount of money. When I received them however, they look fake as heck. They look nice but the logo/symbols on the side look fake as hell. Is there anyway I can remove them?
     


  2. Earnest Hemingway

    Earnest Hemingway Senior member

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    seriously?
     


  3. TotesMcGotes

    TotesMcGotes Senior member

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    Sandblaster
     


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    Strombollii Senior member

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    Buy glasses that don't suck.
     


  5. darkdream

    darkdream Senior member

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    Buy better sunglasses and return them... if u try to remove it it might be noticeable.
     


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    grundletaint Senior member

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    the technique needed depends on whether they're fake as heck or fake as hell. please clarify.
     


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    Strombollii Senior member

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    the technique needed depends on whether they're fake as heck or fake as hell. please clarify.

    +1 [​IMG]
     


  8. Ludeykrus

    Ludeykrus Senior member

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    Dremel.
     


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    Biggie_Robs Senior member

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    Dremel.

    I concur.
     


  10. Ludeykrus

    Ludeykrus Senior member

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    I concur.

    Finish with super-fine sandpaper/steel wool.
     


  11. rzarector36

    rzarector36 Well-Known Member

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    wtf throw them away and buy real ones......
     


  12. Biggie_Robs

    Biggie_Robs Senior member

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    Finish with super-fine sandpaper/steel wool.

    I just think that "Dremel" should be the answer to any "How To?" question.
     


  13. seriously3242

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    Has anyone actually used dremel to accomplish this? Any particular model recommended? Thanks
     


  14. Ludeykrus

    Ludeykrus Senior member

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    I've used a dremel to remove 'bumps' on plastic and then sanded and steel wool'd them back to a shiny polished sheen....

    If that wasn't clear from my posts.

    Any model, the accessories used with the Dremel are more important.
     


  15. seriously3242

    seriously3242 New Member

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    Also how difficult would this be to do?
     


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