Earlier this semester, I bought the ASUS Transformer Infinity TF700t tablet and just got the keyboard dock for it a couple days ago. Therefore, I am currently prepping my laptop to sell it. The biggest prep work isn't doing a fresh install of the OS and drivers
, but rather physically removing stickers from the lid (it was my form of anti-theft; cover a $1200 laptop in stickers and people will be less inclined to steal it). It's an HP Pavilion dv6t Quad Edition and so it has, to my knowledge, an aluminum casing (including the lid cover). I don't know if anyone would know how to go about this without risking damage to the lid. Should I remove the lid, take it apart, and soak that piece in warm, soapy water prior to taking the stickers off? Will that, like removing labels from a wine bottle, help to loosen the adhesive bond? Or should I just scrape them off with a razor blade?
I just don't want to break it before I sell it!