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#1 (permalink) Old 06-06-2005, 07:41 PM
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ok, so i decided to take off my 325is badge like a month ago... i followed the diy from here and it worked good, except that most of the glue wont come off. i have tried goo gone and m3 adhesive remover numerous times and it still wont come off! its really pissing me off too cus it looks super tacky. could anyone help me out?! thanks
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Take some wet sand paper and go at it slowly. The paint under is probably FUBAR like mine was because the previous owner used super glue to stick it on .

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yer probably the best bet, carefull sand down, touch up paint, T-Cut it in, wax and done.

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wehn I replaced my emblems (See this thread http://www.328i.org/viewtopic.php?t=254) I had a similar problem, apparently previous owner put a badge with his own kind of double face glue so what worked was rolling them back and forth with my fingers, long process but it worked..


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