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    yea, I debadged my ride. the fishing line and goo-be gone worked perfect. thanks to all the posts about that on here. btw you will get blisters if you want to get all the glue off. no pain no gain

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    cool... post some pics
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    Quote Originally Posted by rr1911 View Post
    cool... post some pics
    +1!!!

    How can you make a post about it and not delight us with pics!?
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    +1 for pics.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WRXED06 View Post
    yea, I debadged my ride. the fishing line and goo-be gone worked perfect. thanks to all the posts about that on here. btw you will get blisters if you want to get all the glue off. no pain no gain
    Congrats! Probably the cheapest mod you will ever do.

    I did mine in bright sunlight in low to mid 80's temps. No pain. At all.
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    Haha, did mine today as well. Truth regarding the blisters. Love the clean look!

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    debadged is the way to go!

    We definitely need pix
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    Quote Originally Posted by WRXED06 View Post
    yea, I debadged my ride. the fishing line and goo-be gone worked perfect. thanks to all the posts about that on here. btw you will get blisters if you want to get all the glue off. no pain no gain
    I hear you on the blisters. Between that and hours of Xbox at the time, my thumb was useless. I added a hair dryer to the mix half way through and it got a lot easier.

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    Debadging is a good mod. Especially because its free. I've done some sort of debadging on every car I've ever had. Its amazing how much it can change the look.

    To avoid blisters use a piece of chamois. It'll destroy the chamois but it gets it off nice. Another good thing to use is WD-40 because it doesn't damages paint.
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