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What's he best way to take the trailblazer and he back bowtie off
 

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-Heat it up with a heat gun or blow dryer
-Cut it off with 10lb+ fishing line
-remove adhesive with a soft towel and goo gone or autosol
-wax the spot where you wiped it with above chemicals.
 

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fishing line,warm the area around the badge with heat gun or hair dryer before sliding fishing line under,it will help soften the doublesided tape
 

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OH, the other thing that works good for taking off old adhesive is bug and tar remover. It comes in a black and green spray bottle. Heat up the adhesive, spray it on, let it sit, and gently rub away.
 

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If I put googone will it ruin the paint
 

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No, but if you are that worried about it, use the Bug and tar remover....it works better anyways.
 

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-Heat it up with a heat gun or blow dryer
-Cut it off with 10lb+ fishing line
-remove adhesive with a soft towel and goo gone or autosol
-wax the spot where you wiped it with above chemicals.
:iamwithstupid:

Same way i did my pick up a few years back. It works well.
 

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You could just do what I did to the sun rotted and cracked "3.8l sfi bullshit" badges on my GN......sprayed them bitches with rubbing alcohol and lit it on fire. They fell right off. Nothing, and I mean NOTHING would get them damn things off. Judging by marks under them, and by the marks left when I pulled the door belts off, I would say they were put on when the clear was still tacky.


/ibOMFGyoulitaGNonfiretogetbadgesoff?
 

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And does this apply to the rear bowtie aswell
 

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Also what's the best way to get rid of the nasty stock pin stripes on the side of my TBSS
 

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Pin stripes?!?!?! Heat gun/hair dryer and a plastic razor blade or your thumbnail, then get out the buffer and fix the scratches. There are little buffer wheels designed specificlly for getting pin stripes off but I've never trusted them.
 

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^^^ what's is this
 
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