How to debadge... The right way!

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  1. Trupiano

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    Watch... show your friends... repeat!

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    the right way?
     
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    I always see people using the debadge wheels, and crazy chemicals. Look on you-tube it's full of them. This way is easy, inexpensive, you don't need any crazy chemicals, and you'll be done fast! (Don't really even need the naptha, it just helps a lil) Did my entire truck in 45 mins.
     
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    45 mins? LOL

    I did mine in 15, with an eraser wheel. :D
     
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    No shit huh? Damn, Ive always heard the wheels take people forever. Well, good job. Guess I didn't do enough research.
     
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    Shouldn't there be pics or a description or how to do it here?
     
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    Umm...the OP has a video posted.
     
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    I make myself mad... I should've waited for a diy on here... Awhile back I tried debadging my truck and instead screwed up the paint in a few spots
     
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    :facepalm: Could of just asked us!:shooter:
     
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    If I remember it was before I got on here... Like I said, should've waited
     

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