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      07-02-2015, 02:49 AM   #6
Harlequin
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Debadging is easiest done with a heat gun and a piece of fishing line.

Wave the heat gun over the badge for a couple of minutes. Keep it moving. Never point it at just one spot.

After that just slide the fishing line in between the badge and the car and it will just fall off.

Use eucalyptus oil or citrus spray to clean off the residue.

Make sure you give it a bit of polish when you're done because the heat and cleaner will strip all your existing wax off.
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