Loc: Florida, USA
If you have a aul you can push it though a small hole on the back of the panel and the Apple logo should come up enough and you can use your fingers to pull the rest off.
Do not use a abrasive object to take the paint off. All it will do is scratch the panel and the lose paint will go into the scratch. Then the scratch will close up when you keep using the abrasive object. Use paint thinner and a terry cloth. It's abrasive but not enough to make paint go inside the panel. To get in the hard to reach corners use a razor blade or a pick and ever so gently and remove the paint. If it scratches then some simple car glaze swirl polish will cover it up.
If you want to go all diehard on it you could let it soak in paint thinner then wetsand it with 600 grit then move to 1000 grit and finishing it off with 2000 grit then polish it. Same trick works with plastic car headlights.
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