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    http://www.desolvit.co.uk/pages/desolvit_spray.htm

    just brought a bottle of this. You think its ok and not to strong to remove the paint.

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    I did my rear end Griffin and door mouldings on Saturday with a credit card and Turtle Wax Bug and Tar remover. The stuff polished up great. If this stuff is just a remover you'll need some polish as well!

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    hi mate i got my friend to do mine yesterday he used a heat gun to prise away the badge ( just dont go to close to the body work ) and then used a fudge ball that attached to a drill and went over the sticky stuff with this fudge ball and WOW took seconds no marks what so ever hope it helps

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    I used a bit of fishing line and the good old turtle wax bug and tar ..... Left next to no sticky stuff on car so it was only a quick wipe with bug and tar remover and a final polish to protect the paint .... Job done

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    The stuff removes tar, so i guess it should work no probs. this stuff is a spray and i spray a couple of time and wait then clean off.

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    I peeled gently and used Tcut for the last bit of stuborn stuff. Nothing specialised required!

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    Yep just spray on and leave .... The only problem is that the sticky stuff has foam between it and the badge so may need to try and soak the foam in the spray so it gets to the glue

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    No problem, ill plan to do it this weekend. I want to remove the side badges too "Elegance" down the side.

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