Date: 22 Jun 2004 11:37:43 -0700 From: tj_morrisonnospamail.com (Tim) Subject: Re: Removal of trim badges
Hans Lellelid <hplnospam> wrote in message news:<SbJBc.13648$cj3.10246nospamread01>... > MH wrote: > > >>..It looks like they stick on as I cannot feel any bolts on the > >>inside, but I'm sure that there is a better way than just prising them > >>off. > > > > > > Use a piece of thin nylon fishing wire, pull it through under the badge, it > > will cut the adhesive backing without damaging anything. > > > > After that part is done, you can use an adhesive remover (like 3M or > "Goo Gone" available here in USA) to loosen things up. You can rub w/ > soft cloth [for a long time] to remove the sticker part still stuck to > car -- or I found that using the edge of very thin (but hard) plastic > (e.g. the kind used in toy packaging) to get under the sticker part > worked quite well too. > > I recently removed the "SAAB 900SE" from the back of my car to replace > with new ones. Looks like a new car now. :) > > Hans Thanks for the information, I'll give it a go.