Mnpctech.com Guide to Dismantle, Fill, Prep/Paint Logitech MX518 Gaming Mouse
You will find 3, marked cross patterns for screw locations, using blade
Once opened, these 6 screws must be removed. 3 fasten in the switch for the right hand buttons
After removing right side button switch, 3 more screws are located beneath and must be removed
Before you can remove the MX518 mouse cover, you may have to push
up the left/right mouse buttons up to clear the mouse body.
Then, gently, pull the cover off towards the rear of the mouse.
Apply masking alongside the MX518 Logitech emblem before prying off emblem with small flat head screwdriver.
Scuff surface of MX518 with 400 grit sandpaper
To fill in the emblem hole, I'm using Evercoat, Metalworks, Polyester Glazing Putty with Blue Cream Hardener (not pictured)
Mixing 1/4" size drop of Evercoat with dab of Blue Cream Hardener (not pictured)
Filling emblem hole of MX518
If you apply too much filler, use paper towel to wipe off excess filler
Allow filler to cure for 60 minutes before sanding with 400 grit sandpaper
BEFORE PAINTING: USE THE PROPER SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
1. Wear Filtered Respirator Mask, Approved For Applying Automotive Aerosols
2. Work in Well Ventilated Area
SEM Self Etching Primer #3967. This primer is intended for coating bare metal and aluminum surfaces, but given me good results
on plastic. It's the only "self-etching" primer product I've used on plastic, so I can't vouch for what type of results you'll get from other brand "self etching" primer products. If you can't find SEM #3967, for primer coating plastic, I recommend using either SEM's "Flexible primer" #39133 or Plastikote brand "Flexible primer" #467
4 coats of primer... allow to cure for at least 2 hours
Now for that custom touch, Mnpctech Airbrush Artist, Brad Galvin uses masking paper to draw Maltese cross
We applied PPG Polyurethane Clearcoat (applied HVLP spray gun), but you can use Automotive touch-up aerosol paint that is a Enamel based clearcoat