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Old 03-15-2013, 01:43 PM   #1
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Paint chip

While I was washing my car for the first time today I noticed a small paint chip by the rear taillight. What do you guys recommend for a fix, anything?

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Go to Ford and get some matching touch up paint .. I have a paint chip on my trunk I think it was $12 and some change. I just bought some.
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Yep, little touch up paint and you won't even notice it.
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Thanks guys, that's what I was thinking as well.

Another question, what is the best way to get the dealer emblem off the back, a hair dryer and dental floss/credit card?
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I just pealed mine off (since I had nails lol) and then used De-solv-it/goo gone to get the sticky off ...
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Thanks guys, that's what I was thinking as well.

Another question, what is the best way to get the dealer emblem off the back, a hair dryer and dental floss/credit card?
While the salesman was showing me how to use SYNC, which happened to be right after they washed it and put the sticker on, my friend laid behind the car and peeled it off haha. That is the best way to get it off.
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Thanks guys, that's what I was thinking as well.

Another question, what is the best way to get the dealer emblem off the back, a hair dryer and dental floss/credit card?
They make plastic razors you can use...what my dealer uses. That is the first thing I make the dealer take off before driving off the lot...take that dang sticker off...lol

Sorry about the chip, but as mentioned before some touch up paint will work.
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Thanks guys, that's what I was thinking as well.

Another question, what is the best way to get the dealer emblem off the back, a hair dryer and dental floss/credit card?
Hey, man. As long as it hasn't been on too long, you should just be able to use dental floss, and it'll do the trick. That's how I got mine off. There wasn't really much goop to worry about either.
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