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    I have just taken my badge off the boot ,but most of the double sided tape is left on the pain .Could u please advise how to get it off.Thank you.

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    i used acetone and megs ultimate compound to remove the ghosting

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    hot water, pick the glue off then use a compound like tcut or megs uc to remove any marks
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    thank you guys!!!!!!

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    Always worth checking the "How to's", if it can be done to a Vec, someone's probably tried before.

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    Autoglym tar remover gets rid of the rubber pad really easily then a little autoglym paint renovator gets rid of the ghosting.
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    Elbow grease and a hairdryer on low setting + a/glym tar remover.

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    I found nail polish remover works well, the glue/padding comes off very easily.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisBilly View Post
    I found nail polish remover works well, the glue/padding comes off very easily.
    My thoughts too

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