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Old 03-27-2009, 02:05 PM
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I removed my factory emblems, but the sticky adhesive is still not coming off well. Are there any good techniques to remove this?
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GooGone? WD40? MEK?
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They sell something I've seen here at Advance, but I can't remember the name. It's made specifically for removing emblem adhesive, and they stock it right next to the waxes and polishes.
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WD40 works fine for the sticky stuff.
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i was having luck with googone extreme, i think its googone, but im positive its extreme.....

this is what the pros use
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yea i used the googone ext. just make sure u dnt let it stay on ur paint to long or u will be in big trouble lol
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WD 40 worked well for me.
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Thanks y'all, I got the emblems off. But now the 2 small stripes that runs from the front to the back is hard to get off. I got the stripes off, but the adhesive isnt coming off with WD40 and hard scrubbing... dammit
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Thanks y'all, I got the emblems off. But now the 2 small stripes that runs from the front to the back is hard to get off. I got the stripes off, but the adhesive isnt coming off with WD40 and hard scrubbing... dammit
use a heat blower as well to melt it a little. if i took mine of and used the PB Blaster brand adhesive remover with a heat gun and it all came off. It will require some elbow grease. I replaced mine with the newer Chrome ones that come on the 3rd Gen trucks
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be sure to wax that area after you're all done...the googone removes all of the protection of wax.
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