Badge removal

Discussion in 'Detailing' started by dangrs158, Apr 18, 2012.

  1. bjohnston0624

    bjohnston0624 Senior Member

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    1. Hair dryer/floss

    2. heat, microfiber, goo gone and/or heavy duty degreaser

    3. Elbow grease, once adhesive is gone, claybar, polish, wax

    4. Looks like nothing was ever there



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  2. Pull Ya

    Pull Ya Supporting Member

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    ^^^^ Looks like the "KISS" theory to me---:naughty::naughty:
    Jay
     
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  3. 04yfz

    04yfz Junior Member

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    This. To remove the adhesive I found that Carpro Tar-x works excellent even though its typically used as a bug/tar remover (which it is great at as well).
     
  4. RT-SCAT

    RT-SCAT Senior Member

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    I use a heat gun and fishing line. After the glue is removed, clay bar and polish if desired.
     

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