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    Angry Debadge boot

    I have taken the badge of my boot but the sticker is left on and I just cnt take it off iv been rubbing it as hard as I can. I'm mad now becuase it has not come off n my car is red but the circle on the boot is now pink.
    Any help would be great

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    t cut mate and a good polish

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    Did you search the threads and How To's? Best way to get badge off is there, most find Autoglym tar and bug remover easiest to get glue off

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    A normal pencil rubber does the trick and then just finish off with an abrasive polish to get the colour/gloss back to matching.

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    Could you post some pics mate, can't understand why you have a pink circle, normally it's the other way round

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    Someone repainted the boot with the badge on?

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    This is the boot at the moment i tried the thing with the credit card and got the thickness of the sticker off just cant get this bit off now.

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    Warm the glue with a hair dryer, peel or rub the remaining glue & polish

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    Try some nail varnish remover, worked a treat for me.

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    I got told nail varnish remover but wouldn't that damage the paint at all. And iv tried hot water t heat the glue but that's as good as I can do ATM I'll try hairdryer soon. Thanks

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