The Kindle Paperwhite gen. 2 has one annoying flaw: A shiny silver logo directly under the screen (see here). I can mask it with a piece of black electrician's tape, but I'd like to remove it altogether. As far as you can tell:
- By what process was this imprint made?
- What is the best way to remove it without harming the device? (heat? solvent? careful abrasion?)
Note that while this is a device-specific question, the same question applies to a variety of other gadgets and electronic devices that have visually-intrusive front facing logos.