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    whats the best way of removing the grifffin badge off the boot did it before and it took ages so there must be a quicker and easier way?
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    get the glue pad nice and warm useing a heat gun or hair dryer

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    I find the best way to remove trim / badges etc is to use 2 wooden clothes pegs and some nylon fishing line. Wind the line around the pegs and use the line like a saw behind the badge / trim using the pegs as handles. HTH

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    I used dental floss, then a sponge and hot water to get excess glue off

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    bucket full of hot water , wet cloth hold in place then use old credit card/or similar to lift off when glue softens from heat remove excess glue finish off with scratch x or similar

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    LRM label remover from Maplin. Prize the badge off then run the LRM liquid into the glue to remove it.

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    Dental floss then some good bug & tar remover will do the trick

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    When I removed mine it took me about 10 mins mate.. hairdryer on the badge for a new mins, then whilst blasting with a hairdryer, use a credit card and slide up behind it while the glue is soft....

    Once the badge is off - use the corner of the credit card and get the rest off... then Autoglym Super Resin polish to get the mark off where it has been...

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    Quote Originally Posted by glynn View Post
    get the glue pad nice and warm useing a heat gun or hair dryer
    thats what i done but used a hair dryer as a heat gun could blister the paint

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