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Just looking for tips and advice on helping me take the badges of the back of my Arosa?
I want to keep the centre S Seat badge, but want to take off the other two (Seat & Arosa).
Any help would be appreciated. :happy:
Pour some very warm (not boiling) water on the badges. (loosens the glue) Then get a piece of fine fishing line or dental floss and 'saw' down the back of the badges with it.
Like he said ^^^ And get some bug and tar remover to get rid of the glue residue.
If you're carefull you can also use a hot air gun - just keep it moving over the surface, don't hold it too close and check the temperature of the paint often :)
Try using a tin of Normfest Terpanol...available through Euro Car Parts.
Will have to pull my finger out and give this a try :redface:
I should hopefully have it done by next weekend and will try the warm water, dental floss and bug/tar remover (Followed by a complete wash and full wax) [B)]
Thanks again folks