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Whats a good removal method to remove the badges, Dodge logo's , ES letters, etc???
most of these are wore out
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.and have an old "Fraternal Order of Police" sticker on rear glass, on the inside, stuck on over the defroster wires, scared I'm going to break one of those
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Whats a good removal method to remove the badges, Dodge logo's , ES letters, etc???
most of these are wore out
Dental floss worked back and forth slowly will cut through most of it. goo gone works pretty good for the rest. my favorite though is 3m adhesive remover.
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.and have an old "Fraternal Order of Police" sticker on rear glass, on the inside, stuck on over the defroster wires, scared I'm going to break one of those
Googone? It is citrus based.
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.and have an old "Fraternal Order of Police" sticker on rear glass, on the inside, stuck on over the defroster wires, scared I'm going to break one of those
Whack it off!
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Torch it off!
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all righty....all helpful suggestions, lmao
blow torch it is then ;)
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heh heh! Just messing with you like a few others.

Don't they have grid repair kits where you "paint" on a metallic substance to close breaks in the grid electrically. Never had to do it but I remember seeing the repair kits.
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BUT IT'S NOT BROKE YET DAMMITT....lol

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heh heh! Just messing with you like a few others.

Don't they have grid repair kits where you "paint" on a metallic substance to close breaks in the grid electrically. Never had to do it but I remember seeing the repair kits.
they do, sorta like plastic welding, but soldering a piece O mesh in the break to close circuit instead of using it for support....done a few...
Was hoping to avoid all that hassle...Hindsight's a bitch ;).
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I bet torching the sticker/decal off would fook it up!
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bahhh...auto/home extinguisher and a lil Windex...be gude 2 go ;)
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What Doug said about 3M adhesive remover.


Works well on door trim (ask me how I know)
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much appreciated KX, we'll see what happens
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