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maxy9 06-15-2014 02:56 AM

Remove Badges Using This Method
 
Has anyone tried this method ?? Im just curious because I really don't want the heatgun and fishing line I worried I will scratch the paint or burn the paint

Method :Debadge car with no clean up - YouTube :eek:

DCRSRT 06-15-2014 05:50 AM

Re: Remove Badges Using This Method
 
You don't need a heat gun. Just park it in the sun for an hour and your good to go. Fishing line wont scratch the paint.

DAVY27 06-15-2014 07:04 AM

Re: Remove Badges Using This Method
 
higher chance of getting a scratch using that method than the ol' heatgun/fishing wire...

4jeepdiesel 06-15-2014 11:42 AM

Re: Remove Badges Using This Method
 
put a layered/thick coating of wax and let it harden around your work area. That will protect the rest of the paint to prevent an accidental scratch.

lstowell 06-16-2014 12:21 PM

Re: Remove Badges Using This Method
 
cable lacing twine is a bit softer than fishing line, and much stronger.
Still suggest using heavy wax or blue masking tape around the work area.

Hayseed_wk2 06-16-2014 01:09 PM

Re: Remove Badges Using This Method
 
waxed dental floss works well for me - use a hair drier if stubborn

ENFORCER 06-17-2014 12:55 AM

Re: Remove Badges Using This Method
 
I removed all my badges with fishing line and a clean cloth.
Not a visible mark to be seen. Took all of 5 mins to remove the rear SRT and the 6.4 Hemi badges form the guards (fenders). After I removed the badges with the line, I used the clean cloth to rub off the sticky backing from the paint.


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