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.
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How To: Remove Car Emblem's / Logo | De-Badge Your Vehicle | Step by Step Tutorial | Guide
How To: Remove Car Emblem's / Logo | De-Badge Your Vehicle | Step by Step
Tutorial | Guide
In this video I show you step by step how to remove your cars emblem. It is
a very easy process. I would recomend to not use floss but instead fishing
line since it is a LOT thick and stronger. If this video helped feel free
to give it a thumbs up! If you have any questions please ask!
What you need:
Hair dryer or hot gun
Fishing Line or (Floss if you dont have any)
Rebadging my Genesis Coupe (Custom Wing Emblem)
Decided to rebadge my Genesis Coupe. This shows install of the front and
rear wing emblem... although my approach changed halfway through the start
of the front emblem.
This is my first attempt at trying to do any sort of car mod.. try your
best not to laugh. :)
I learned how to do this by watching Casey at
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How to debadge a car (easy)
(example car : MY04 subaru wrx)
step 1: heat up badges with hairdryer,
step 2: "floss" off badge with fishing line
step 3: pick off excess adhesive with fingers
step 4: use wax and grease remover or (wd40) to remove remaining adhesive
step 5: buff surface with kitten cut and polish No.2
step 5: use spray detailer to final clean the surface or even polish if you
pretty easy to do, just be careful of your paint if you decide to use
razors etc to remove glue, also be sure your badges are stuck on with an
adhesive and no pinned into holes with some cars.
How to Remove Dealer Emblem off your Car
This is a Guide on how to remove your Dealership Tag or Emlems off your
***I am not responsible for any damages whatsoever on your car and anything
you try to remove*** If you do not feel conformtable doing this, then do
Stay away from any damaged paint.
This will work on removing your emblems, dealership tags, and stickers.
Iron X is a great product. I recommend it, but read directions before
using. Do not use without further knowledge of using the product. It is
great to remove bugs, and tar also.
Make sure you are wearing gloves at all times.