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    whats the easyest way to remove the sticky stuff that sticks badges to cars

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    use a hair dryer to soften the glue and with a old credit card

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    Sticky stuff - bug and tar remover or WD40 depends what you have lying around.

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    it does require some scrubbing though!! dont give up like i nearly did!!!

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    I have literally just finished de-badging my vectra. I used a hairdryer to soften the glue, used speaker wire to get behind the badge, then a credit card/finger nail to remove the residual glue. After, a good dose of t-cut to remove what's left, and a quick polish, and it's done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by steve-wolves View Post
    whats the easyest way to remove the sticky stuff that sticks badges to cars
    I showed this picture to my badge and it just fell off !


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