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After some advice on the safest way to remove the 1.9 jtd badge on the tailgate of my GT. If it was in the same style as the GT badge i'd leave it on......but IMO it doesn't look to good.
 

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Hair-dryer and gently prise them off and give it a good polish afterwards.
Thanks for that Chill......i'll give it ago at the weekend. :thumbs:
just of to the pub now for some snap....in sunny Derby :cool:
 

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... or a length of cotton wrapped around the fingers to slice through. They're only held on by adhesive so even if it looks a mess when the badge is off a bit of T-cut or decent polish will bring the remains off.

Or just cover it up with another badge eg) "Twin Turbo" .... JOKE....!!
 

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cheers guys.....:)
 

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Badges came off a treat with the cotton thread approach and after a wash and little polish she looks much better....:)
 

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When your using the cotton or dental floss do you need to heat up the adhesive with a hair dryer first?
Didin't need to use the hair dryer approach. After sliding the cotton thread behind and the badges were off, I just washed the car and the remaining bits off sticky pad came off. Just had to give the area a little polish to finish off :)
 
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