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#1 (permalink) Old 07-22-2005, 01:02 PM
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Can anyone tell me the best way to debadge my bimmer.
I thought I read somewhere here to use 3M adhesive remover then use dental floss. Any advise is appreciated. :} used
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Originally posted by mysticguy04@Jul 22 2005, 12:02 PM
Can anyone tell me the best way to debadge my bimmer.
I thought I read somewhere here to use 3M adhesive remover then use dental floss. Any advise is appreciated. :} used
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Take the dental floss and work the emblem off with it, you'll have some sticker residue left on the trunk, take some adhesive remover like Goof Off or equivalent with citrus in it, apply to a shop rag and rub the hell out of it until its gone, finally wash area and then apply a good cleaner wax to blend in, done.

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Can anyone tell me the best way to debadge my bimmer.
I thought I read somewhere here to use 3M adhesive remover then use dental floss. Any advise is appreciated. :} used
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you can use a hair dryer to melt the glue behind the badge, then just peel it off
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use a hairdryer it helps out a lot
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