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Old 10-25-2012, 11:37 AM   #1
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Any tips on removing a dealership badge? I do NOT want to hurt my paint. Best done professionally?

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Is it letters or a plastic badge kinda thing? Pics?
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I'll snap a pic and throw it up here a little later.
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I used fishing line to get my stock 5.0 badges off so I could put on the gloss black 5.0 badges on. After I got them off I used goo gone and then cleaned the goo gone off then put on the new 5.0 badges. I have the 13' 5.0
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Easy off oven cleaner will not eat the paint because it is a different enamel but will break the glue down like nothing. I used it to take off my painted pinstripes and it safely removed the one shot paint but left the actual factory paint on. I know it will take badges off because it dribbled down on svt emblem so now I got a new one hahaha. Just let it sit for a couple minutes and rinse it off with water.
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