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Old 03-08-2002, 06:07 AM   #16
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Brian,

Your method would also work great as well. I am too cheap to pay for the "goo-gone" stuff! Let alone the trouble finding it. LOL That's a buck or two off my turbo fund! As far as gas got spilled on paint.....have you seen anything, like colour degradation, on rear driver-side fender below the gas door yet? I think not. So it should not be a problem at all.


The Infiniti emblem was from the Q45. It actually stands out very well!! Yes, she once said the bigger, the better! LOL...
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Old 03-08-2002, 04:06 PM   #17
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Gasoline and Goo gone, it will work but you have to wipe it off quick before it eats your clear coat.

I used a Hair dryer and dental floss to remove. Simple green and t-shirt cloth material cleaned it up real nice.
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Re: Insightful Advice On How To Remove Badges/Emblem adhesive

Hey - i followed your guys advice - it worked out pretty good - not paint scratch or anything. a Good buff got the shine back in.

But in certain view under different light, u can still see the outline of the badge - its not really noticeable unless you walk right up and put your nose next to it , but its buggin me - i like to do a job 100%.

Any ideas to get rid of the outline? I removed all the glue and residue (it took me longer than 30 mins!!) - when you run ur finger across the area its smooth and flat - that outline is still buggin me.

So - any ideas on getting rid of that outline?? the only ideas i got are let nature run its course over the area, constant wash, wax and buff. If anyone knows somethin - Thanks in advance!!!
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Talking Re: Insightful Advice On How To Remove Badges/Emblem adhesive

I just used unleaded petrol and it worked a treat!! I had already tried wd40 de-greaser and all sorts of chemical but petrol got it straight off with hardly any elbow grease needed!! ttp://staticaf.com/vbulletin/images/smilies/ices_lol_ani.gif
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