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  1. I've come across lots of techniques for removing printing online, but I'm not sure which is the best. It seems that all I've seen remove some of the shininess from the plastic. I'm working with a pair of legs from the CMF line, so they aren't that shiny to begin with. The techniques I'm the most familiar with are Brasso, toothpaste, and a pencil eraser. I'm wondering which of these is the best for leaving the plastic in good shape, and wearing off as little shininess as possible. I'm also open to other techniques. EDIT: OK, I did it with a pencil eraser and it worked pretty well. It took about 5 minutes. The shininess is nearly the same as before. I would recommend this method because you don't have to go out and buy anything and it's not too messy.
  2. Okay, so I've got an uncommon Racers set with stickers on the parts. However, I want to use the parts, Technic panels, in creations, and I don't like the stickers. Is it in any way possible to remove stickers and store them in such a way that they could be reused? Or am I foolish for trying, and better off just getting a new sticker sheet if/when I decide to sell the set?