On Apr 30, 12:02 pm, email@example.com wrote:
from elsewhere on this board:
And for those of you who want to remove the badge... two simple
tools make it VERY easy.
1 - 1500watt hair dryer (or if you have one a hot-air paint stripper
2 - Dental Floss.
In the shade, heat up the badge area with the hair dryer or hot-air
this will take about 5 mins....
After five mins, take a lenght of floss, about 1 foot, and work it
emblem, crossing it at the bottom, then pull tighly... it should slip
the loose glue and the badge should pull off (will be slightly
Clean up the excess glue with GOOF OFF or other cleaner.. and reseal/
> I asked the dealer to remove it and they did without any hassle.
I guess that's why a lot of dealers in the US now just slap on a license
plate frame with their name emblazoned on it. They got tired of
removing the stickers from the rear trunk (boot) lids.
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