How To De-badge a Vehicle

http://www.RTLGarage.com Brought to you by RTL Garage. In this episode we will show you our way of de-badging an adhesive backed emblem. This DOES not include badges that are held on by the holes in the body. Do your research, make sure you emblems are held on by adhesive only. Follow all warnings and labels when using chemicals. Please note, RTL Garage is not responsible for the results, this is for concept and idea purpose only. Questions? Comments? Email us at: RTLGarage@gmail.com

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