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Old 01-21-2014, 03:20 PM   #1
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Debadge trouble/issue

So iv debadge my 09 gt pretty succesfully, atleast almost. Only on one side where the 45yr anniversary badge was, there is an outline of the badge, not a difference in paint, almost like some dirt had gotten under it and like hardened to the paint or somthing. It's doesn't seem normal as one side only had it. I'll upload some pictures as soon as I can but can anyone help me out on removing it? Thanks

Btw, iv tried goo gone, lots of scrubbing and clay baring. Nothing has worked

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Sorry for all the dust lol been in my garage all day. But that's what it is.
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Old 01-21-2014, 03:24 PM   #3
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Sorry for all the dust lol been in my garage all day. But that's what it is.
buff it out
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You're gonna have to get those holes patched up. You might as well have the body shop clean up that residue.
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Will buffing it work? i thought about that but figured id ask on here anyway.

And i got some new 4.6 emblems to go over them so no need to cover the holes
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Ah, gotcha.

You could try buffing it. I had the same issue when I changed out my spoiler. Just be careful, I over buffed a small area and burned some of the color out.
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Old 01-21-2014, 06:44 PM   #7
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The holes should just buff out too. No need to take it to a shop.
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Ah alright thanks, yeah ill be careful thanks! and they're are physical holes not gonna buff those out haha
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Ah alright thanks, yeah ill be careful thanks! and they're are physical holes not gonna buff those out haha
Lol I know, just messing with you. Good luck!
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Haha you got me lol thanks man!

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Post up pics when you get it cleaned up and new badges on
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Will do!

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I am surprised clay baring it didn't work
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They make a rubber wheel that you can put on your drill, that's what we use in the body shop. Won't hurt the paint at all and it will get it all off no problem.
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Hey guys quick update!! Thank you for all the suggestions but I had a little bit of time last night and decided to just clay bar the crap out of it! It works somewhat well, it'd not perfect but after that I hand polished and buffed it so it looks like not too bad now. Thank you everyone for the help!!!

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rubbing or polishing compound will do
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