Removal of Dutch Registration Plates

I need to fit some new vehicle registration plates & just wondered what the best way is to remove the current dutch aluminium ones without causing any
damage.
The front is on a bracket so no problems with that but rear number plate seems to be firmly stuck directly to the vehicle. Anyone got any tips.
Thanks
PJ
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WD-40 and a piece of dental floss.
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On Thu, 07 Jul 2005 23:58:33 GMT, "Andy S"

What do you do with the dental floss??
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dental floss to be used like a saw.
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Thanks for the tip - I'll give it a go
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