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post #1 of 20 (permalink) Old 05-02-2010, 07:01 PM Thread Starter
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Finally Debadged!

Although I am having a little bit of trouble removing all of the glue left over from the chevy sign. Any help with that?

Sorry for the low-quality pics, they were taken by my cell phone.

Also, next things I'm doing are tints, and a few interior mods.





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try using goo gone


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turtle wax's bug and grime remover worked for me

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sounds good, i can get either of those at car shops?
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i just took the glue off with "goo gone" because i had some laying around... any old solvent will do, just dont leave it on the paint...

take off those side mouldings man, it will look cleaner


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goo gone doesnt work out too well, trying waiting on a really hot day like i did and use 3M adhesive remover. can get it at your local autzone or advance auto parts =D or use a hot gun
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so.. goo gone is terrible yet it took mine off on a cold day.


+1 though on the hot day thing, let it bake in the sun for a while and it peels right off, than if theres any paint fade a bit of Carnuba fixes it

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3M adhesive remover ftw. but goo gone also works very good. i have used both products for many glue removing jobs
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take off those side mouldings man, it will look cleaner
how do those come off
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same way as everything else dude

i used a heat gun and adhesive remover
worked good and looks amazing
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