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    Hi All,

    What would be the best way to 'de badge' our Signum?

    And leave a good finish?

    Any would anyone take off the Vauxhall badge too? any piccys of that?

    Thanks in advance fo your help,

    Ian.

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    Best way is to carefully peal off the badges! You will be left with a sticky mess that some bug and tar remover will sort out with a bit of elbow grease. I have removed all of mine, looks loads better.
    Now I need a turbo to keep up!

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    i used a hair dryer to remove mine and as said above tar and glue remover

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    , or dental floss thread pulled carefully behind the badge.

    As for piccies of a Signum without the Vx badge.....



    Taken before my Stage 3 kit and exhausts were fitted.

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    i love that spoiler you have there duncan!!

    Where did u get that?

    Ian

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    That's the Irmscher one - a Signum just looks bare without one. lol

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    can they come pre painted? are the mucho ££$$??

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    Try to lift the badges flat when you take them off,if you lift from one side the other side can mark the paint.

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    i just popped mine off carfuly and used t-cut and autosol and it now looks like nothing was ever there

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    Get yourself an old credit card and some bioling water...carefully pour the water onto the badge area and use credit card to gently peel off the badge...then some t cut to wipe the glue residue away..easy job.

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