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Old 12-18-2012, 09:01 AM
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Badge/Emblem glue remover

Anyone found anything that works decent that won't ruin the paint? I was removing my King Ranch Badges and Tailgate Ford Oval and that glue is a PITA to get off. Still have a few more to remove and don't want to have to fingernail scrape it off like I did on the last 2...
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Old 12-18-2012, 09:38 AM
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Heat up the glue with a heat gun but don't get to close then just use your finger and rub it off.
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Heat up the glue with a heat gun but don't get to close then just use your finger and rub it off.
Yeah that's what I was doing but it's a giant pain and doesn't come off very well at all after you get the badge off there in the first place. I was talking to some people at the dealership and they mentioned a 3M product to look into but was hoping for more input
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Yeah that's what I was doing but it's a giant pain and doesn't come off very well at all after you get the badge off there in the first place. I was talking to some people at the dealership and they mentioned a 3M product to look into but was hoping for more input
I know I'm late on this thread, but 3M does make a product that is sold in auto stores that specialize in auto body painting supplies its called General Purpose Adhesive Cleaner. It works pretty good, but you are still going to have to work at it pretty hard. The other product that everyone uses is Goop that uses lemon oils which by itself will remove adhesives. I think once you get the badges off the adhesives shouldn't be that difficult, is it?
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Used this on my vehicles. It makes it a little easier but i don't know if it will behave itself when heated up

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