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Removing Advertising Logos From a Coffee Cup

Sometimes a good mug has a logo printed on it that you may find undesirable. Removing the logo can really improve the look of the mug. This is a guide about removing advertising logos from coffee cup.


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January 6, 20050 found this helpful

Does anyone know of a way to remove the advertizer's logo imprint on a coffee cup? I have 2 cups, and love the base colors, but would like to get rid of the company logos on them. Would naval petroleum jelly work? I've tried a scratch pad, and citrus stain remover but no luck. Thanks for any ideas to try.



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January 7, 20050 found this helpful
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If the logos are under the glaze they will never come off.

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February 21, 20060 found this helpful
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We had several mugs with logos on them and we were able to remove them with nail-polish remover and some scrubbing. Hope that works for you, too.

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January 8, 20050 found this helpful

I agree that they won't come off if they're under the glaze, but how about painting over the logos with a food safe paint? Worth a shot...

Or you could just make a fabric "wrap around" that just fits around the mug and obscures the logos...

Or you could make a virtue out of necessity and collect _only_ logo mugs. It would almost become a conversation starter that way!

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January 9, 20050 found this helpful

You might contact a ceramic class. The teacher might have a decal you can put right over the logo and then fire it again to set the decal into the glaze. It's worth a try.

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January 19, 20160 found this helpful

Soak it in clr for an hour, this scrape off with a razor. Works like magic.

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February 22, 20160 found this helpful

I heard of 2 great ways: nail polish remover (if logo was printed on top of glaze, or glaze is ultra thin).

If glaze is over logo and a bit thicker, use a drimmel tool to sand off the glaze/ logo. :)

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February 28, 20160 found this helpful

you are so sweet

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April 25, 20160 found this helpful

Use Paint stripper. sold at lowes

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