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Lester1102

Debadging

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Hairdryer and a credit card.

Heat up the badge and push the card between it and the panel slowly pushing and twisting it keeping the dryer on until the badge comes loose. Then just clean off any reidue adhesive with some sticky stuff remover give it a wash and polish/wax job done.

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Hold fishing line or flymo line between the fingers of both hands to, 'saw' between the badge & bodywork to cut through the sticky tape holding it on. Then remove any residual by rubbing your fingers on it, or if its bad pick it off & wipe with white spirit or the likes. Finish up by a light cut &!polish.

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  • Hold fishing line or flymo line between the fingers of both hands to, 'saw' between the badge & bodywork to cut through the sticky tape holding it on. Then remove any residual by rubbing your fingers on it, or if its bad pick it off & wipe with white spirit or the likes. Finish up by a light cut &!polish.

Same as above:

but i used dental floss a hair dryer, and some Warm soapy water should get the rest off.

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