- Dec 19, 2002
Has anyone removed one of the little plastic dealer logoes? Its a good dealership but I don't like to be anybody's billboard. Plus he didn't even put it on straight.
Frank_Atlanta said:I've had luck w/the following:
1. ?Use hair dryer to soften the glue.
2. ?Use dental floss to "cut-through" the glue. ?Use a pulling/sawing motion and pull AWAY from the paint. ?Try to minimize the amount of floss you use. ?Example: ?if you can follow the dealer's script one letter at a time, that's better than trying to saw-off a large chunk at a time (may not be possible if the logo's one big rectangular piece).
3. ?Use a cleaner to get the glue off - simple green, etc. Follow w/a light paint polish and re-wax
I've used this technique on my other car and it worked w/o leaving any marks.