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    Removing trunk badging

    Whats up all..... i decided i want to debadge my trunk. I want to take off the S U B A R U lettering, the subaru logo (pink 'i' badge on its way) the IMPREZA badge and possibly the WRX badge. what is the easiest way to do this without scratching the car? thanks for the help.....
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    stilofugaz

    hay

    im the maneger of the reccon department at Herissonburg Nissan, Im in charg of cleaning the cars, the easy way to take the letters off is by pulling them off, then u will nead a heat gun to worm the glue up, dont use anything that will scrach ur car, use ur fingers not ur nails, dont heat it up too much, the emblume has 2 screws that u nead to take off, but it will leave holes, so i just left it on, hope this helps

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    awesome.... thanks
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    Talking also

    also, if you don't own a heat gun, there are several glue removing products you can buy (at autozone) that will rub any epoxy or glue off with some elbow grease. i think the one i used is called "Goo-Gone"
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    i used a kettle to boil water, waited a minute of 2, poured it over the badges then they peeled off easily. the glue also rubbed of with ease cos of the hot water. good luk

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    Hair Dryer, dental floss and goo-gone! works great and the hair dryer is safer then a heat gun!

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    Also if there is anything left on the paint you can use bug and tar remover to take it off without damaging the paint itself.

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