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    Debadging The Subaru

    Hey im thinking about Debadging the Subaru letters on the back of my trunk on the WRX. I got Goo Gone and stuff to get off any glue but i was wondering what was the best way to do it. I was thinking using a blow dryer and then taking it off with floss and the getting the extra glue off? Was wondering what other people have done to debadge there car.

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    do a search on here, thats the best way to get it off

    use fishing string or dental floss to pull it off, goo gone to remove it. please use the search function before u ask questions. there are a dozen threads about debadging
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    Hey i acually just finsihed my debadging and it came out spotless using the blow dryer, Dental Floss, and Goo Gone.

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    Do it. I did mine last week and came out great.

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    Dripped some googone on my bumper and i can clearly see small streaks running off the back. I did notice th etrunk is fine though ?
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    The Goo Gone didnt leave any streaks or anything on my car i just put it on, got everything off and then got some soap and water and some detailer and cleaned off the car so it was left shiny and spotless. :-)

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    Dunno this afternoon the streaks, looked like a thin line of school glue down the bumper has worn away. Looks like it was never there next time im going to put aluminum foil over the spot i sprinkle with googone first.
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    Wax or claybar afterward to clean off everything.

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