Debadging the rear

Discussion in 'Exterior' started by cobalt123, Jul 21, 2009.

  1. Cobaltgirl

    Cobaltgirl Junior Member

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    My boyfriend and I took the badges off my car. We used a heat gun, but if you decide to use a heat gun make sure you don't keep the heat in one place too long. Cobalt looks much better now without the badges!!!!

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    I also took door moldings off a long time ago. It looks cleaner without them as well.
     
  2. mad.cobalt

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    ohh ok...
     
  3. cobalt123

    cobalt123 Platinum Member

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    heat gun works well for the lazy like she said not in one spot to long it will melt through the clear
     
  4. Brit

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    yea like a dumbass.. i use a flat head screwdriver and a rag to "pry" the chevy emblem on the trunk off.. and like a dumbass it chipped a little of the paint off. nothing touch up cant fix. so after that! i used fishing wire and goo gone to get the others off. used a little elbow grease and ta da! looks good..
     
  5. 06CobaltLS

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    yeah i used fishing wire and goo gone..worked perfect..i also took off the 2 little black stripes that go all the way around the car..looks a lot smoother now
     

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