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I would like to debadge my car whats the trick to not break my badges and to not leave TOO much residue. Then how do i get that shit off?
 

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Chris 96 WS6 said:
Dental floss.
Werd!!! Dental floss then a little fine rubbing compound is what I used on the TA to remove the badges.
 

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fishing line will work too.

Goo Gone is a nice product for removing the adhesive.
 

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Yes, what they all said
 

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Not too much left to add here. Use a hair dryer or heat gun on low to heat the badges up. This will melt the adhesive a bit. Then some floss or fishing line will get the badges off. After that some goo gone will take away any residue.
 

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Heat and fishing line. Then remove any leftover adhesive with 3m adhesive remover or wd40 might work also. Body shops do this all the time.
 

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anyone have pics of a red TA with the badges removed?
 

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Lighter fluid (naptha) works, and is also routinely used on finishes of expensive acoustic guitars.

I've used it to take off the dealer's name from 3 different vehicles, it cleans up the residue and evaporates quickly.
 
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