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Old 09-17-2005, 10:40 PM   #1
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im tihnking of either removing or relocating my badges, how would i go about doing it without damagin the paint?
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Seen those plastic Bondo applicators? They work great. Use WD-40 to remove the leftover adhesive, wash the car, then wax.
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the car looks so smooth without the badges, almost like a different car
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Any 00+ users "debadge" their cars? If so, how did it turn out or PM me a picture.
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Does that work the same for the dealer badges that they put on?
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Does that work the same for the dealer badges that they put on?
depends on the kind...

plastic chrome ones.. yeah
vinyl...no, use ur fingers or a razor with lube
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Does that work the same for the dealer badges that they put on?
depends on the kind...

plastic chrome ones.. yeah
vinyl...no, use ur fingers or a razor with lube
a heat gun works well too...
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i used dental floss on the metal ones...... worked really well.. when used Goo Gone to get the glue off
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