Yes, you can! You may want to reconsider if it’s a warranty seal, license key, or serial number sticker, as losing those can make it difficult to get your laptop or its bundled software serviced in many situations. You may also want to avoid removing stickers if the laptop is in mint condition and you plan to sell it.
If you’ve decided that you indeed want to take stickers off your laptop, be sure to avoid using methods that involve harsh solvents, abrasives, or excessive heat that could discolor or warp the surface.
How to Remove Stickers From Your Laptop
Laptops are one of the most sticker-covered items many people own. In addition to the stickers that come from the manufacturer (such as warranty seals, serial number stickers, activation code stickers), many of us put our own stickers on laptops as a way to personalize them. Quite a few people like the look of laptops covered completely in stickers If you’ve ever tried sticker printing for promotions, you might find that laptops tend to be the item many people stick their promotional stickers.
However, while stickers are easy to apply, they aren’t always so easy to remove. This can be a problem when you’re attempting to resell a laptop or if an old sticker gets shredded then gets all gummy and dirty. Fortunately, there are several ways you can remove stickers from a laptop. There are a few categories of methods for sticker removal, and some methods may be covered under more than one category. You can find broad categories of laptop sticker removal methods below.
Warning: Using these methods risks voiding your warranty or damaging your laptop. Please power down and unplug your laptop and remove your batteries if possible to prevent damaging your computer.