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  • Debadging the back

    I know theres been other threads and pictures to
    Just need to be sure before i do it
    Im worried it will leave the griffin shade on it when i take it off and what is the best method hair drier or hot water and card how hot has the water got to be??

  • #2
    Hair drier and credit card......May leave a slight mark but fades in time after a few washes and polishes

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    • #3
      Originally posted by watoo vxr View Post
      Hair drier and credit card......May leave a slight mark but fades in time after a few washes and polishes
      +1 and patience
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      • #4
        What setting hahaha

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        • #5
          you abit of white spirit to get stickiness off, but make sure you wash it off asap otherwise it will ****** the paint!!

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          • #6
            I did mine on low buddy
            Then i used a bit of WD-40 on a clean rag to get sticky foam left on, then wash of once you get sticky stuff off
            Last edited by watoo vxr; 13 June 2011, 12:31 AM.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by watoo vxr View Post
              I did mine on low buddy
              thanks mate im doing mine this week join the gang haha

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              • #8
                Use tar and glue remover to rid of the 'glue' . If you buff over it after then it won't leave any marks.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by gmcm View Post
                  Use tar and glue remover to rid of the 'glue' . If you buff over it after then it won't leave any marks.
                  I have used this method before and works a treat

                  Mate post up a pic once you have done this please as im in two minds as to do mine or not.

                  Cheers

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                  • #10
                    i used my heat gun at work boom!

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                    • #11
                      Hot water (kettle) and floss - tar and glue remover if the badges won't move easily (run it over badge and let it soak) and for after to get any leftover residue off - credit cards can scratch paintwork if not careful x

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                      • #12
                        i found intensive tar remover by auto glym worked a treat after removing the griffin
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                        • #13
                          I used kettle with warm water. Dont use boiling water! And super resin polish and it left no marks at all

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                          • #14
                            Why not contribute to this.

                            I used warm water. Poured it down the back and used my tesco clubcard to prise them off.
                            After this I used Auto Glym tar removed to remove the sticky residue left.

                            Finally a quick buff with Auto Glym Super resin polish to remove any marks left. Not sign of badges straight after!

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                            • #15
                              any pics of after ?? as i was going to do mine..

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