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Old 03-15-2015, 08:35 AM
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Okay so I debagged my jeep and can't seem to get the adhesive all off the paint. Any suggestions ? Also to tint my tail light use vht night shades and clear coat ? This product will/does come off correct ?

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Soap and water on the adhesive and scrap it off with razor blade. The soap and water softens the adhesive and keeps the razor blade from scratching your paint. And night shade is pretty good product but u can't really take it off, it normally wears off after a while.



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Sorry but a razor blade anywhere near your paint is a bad idea.
Use some Goo Gone and a microfiber towel.
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Try goo gone works wonders. I did it to my KL a few months ago
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3M eraser wheel.
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Hi guys is it difficult to add an SRT emblem to the body ? What would I need to do this ?


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Hi guys is it difficult to add an SRT emblem to the body ? What would I need to do this ?


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The badge, some rubbing alcohol to clean the spot and some hands to stick it on. Simple as it gets.


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Op...use this..I took off the entire hood decal off of a trailhawk and still have over half the can..best there is!

Edit. Don't know why it says no shipping to the US? Its on amazon as well
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3M eraser wheel.

This^^

Then a bit of polish right after and you would never know anything was there at all.
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