Rightioo, i want to debadge my car and be cheap to do it myself but theres one problem.. I don't know how. Can anybody enlighten me with their wisdom?? Much appriciated!
P.S if it comes out wicked, beeeeeeeeeeeeer on me
hairdryer and floss are needed iirc
I was going to reply until i saw your sig...
As Jase says, use YOUR hairdyer and some dental floss, heat the badge up at a distance as not to mark/burn the badge and paint, this will soften the glue on the back, then get the floss behind it to take it away from the bodywork.
That should do the trick
I did mine at the weekend!! Looks smooooooth now
2010 - Monza Silver - A5 3.0tdi Quattro S-Line Special Edition.
the Tardis will do that