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    heat it with a hair dryer or heat gun and use dental floss to cut the glue didnt scratch or mark mine

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    i used dental floss....
    here to have fun

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    Quote Originally Posted by -kane- View Post
    i used dental floss....
    ha ha do ya!!!!!

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    Having trouble getting left over adhesive off..

    Got evostik adhesive remove and cloth but its not budging
    anything else or just more time/elbow grease?

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    Re: start of debadge

    White spirit / autoglym tar and adhesives remover i used on a cloth

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    Use nail varnish remover... It contains acetone and won't effect your car!

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    mine just pretty much fell off when i heated it, no need for any dental floss etc
    to remove all the left over adhesive, it helps if you heat that up a bit as well, you can pick the larger bits off easier, then it's pretty much a sh*t tonne of elbow grease from there on haha. iirc i used a bit of tcut on the smaller, more stubborn pieces, worked a treat

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    Cheers I will give some of these a go.

    Want it sorted, it looks like the car's been vandalised haha :/
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