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    OK off again,

    I fancy this
    http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/THE-NEW-DESIGN...#ht_500wt_1182

    and wonder the best way to get the back one off.

    Dental floss?
    plastic card?

    And for the residue is it celly thinner's? or panel wipe? these days

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    Hot water... not boiling.... bit of fishing line, and just pour the water over just to soften it and use the fishing line to go through it, it will then pull off, and then just take the rest off with hands(nails) gently, then I used WD40 on the residue and a bit of t-cut, jobs a gooden!

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    Hair dryer... I used floss on the side ones but it leaves more grease on the paint so adds to the cleaning.

    Mine was solid and after I eventually got it off it needed a lot of picking at and tar remover to get it completely clean.. I thought about replacing mine with the new one too.. but I think it looks naughty without one

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    Hair dryer to soften the sticky stuff.
    Credit card or similar to lift the badge.
    Nails to remove most of the rest.
    Bug and tar remover to get the last off.
    2.8T Signum Design
    Teapot TUNED

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