Using the 3M Stripe Off Wheel (eraser wheel) 2007.5 Chevrolet 2500HD Silverado Lifted on Cognito
Removing the molding off the LMM.
2007.5 CHEVROLET 2500HD
COGNITO 10"-12" LIFT NTBD (Non-Torsion BarDrop) Set at 10"
DEAVER 8" REAR LIFT SPRINGS
17"x9" XD SERIES "REVOLVER" in Bronze
37" x 13.5" SUPER SWAMPER-M16s
COGNITO STEERING BRACES
COGNITO HD TIE RODS
5" MBRP Exhaust w/ RBP 6" TIPPY
QUADZILLA STEALTH2 TUNER
N-FAB NERF STEPS
How to DE-BADGE / Remove molding from a vehicle
In this video we show you how to easily remove body side molding or badges
from your vehicle and make sure you don't damage the paint.
Tools and materials needed:
Cleaner (All Purpose or WD-40)
Go Fast have Fun
How To Remove Car/Truck Emblems with the Eraser Wheel
Here is am removing the door spears off my Dodge Ram. I got a lot of
questions when I did the emblems. So I figured I'd throw a quick video up
on how I did it.
Here you can see I used the Eraser wheel and 17lb fishing line. Pretty much
it. I used the fishing line to "CUT" them emblem glue/adhesive from the
emblem.. remove the emblem and then used a Eraser wheel to remove the
adhesive left behind. Since my truck was a 2007.. it wasn't easy to remove
with hand. Some newer cars you can do it with just your fingers. IF your
car is older - it has had time to bake to the paint. Worried about
ghosting? It will go away real soon. Waxing helps afterward and even some
acetone if you have glue left over.
Car Damage Repair (Part 1)
Comments REQUIRE APPROVAL. THINK before posting.
NOTE: I am NOT a Car Care Expert, nor claim to be.
NOTE: This is =NOT= a Tutorial on how to repair a vehicle. It is a progress
The Epic Tale, of fixing a car, after some dunce taxi driver hits it.
Fortunately, the bumper, PHYSICALLY, is 100% undamaged! Cosmetically, it
was a total mess.
Before I started this video, I got half the "Darlington Stripes" off if
it, and in this segment, I remove the rest of them. Some scratches remain,
and there's some chipped off paint. Tocuh-up painting is in the next part.
BEFORE SOMEONE SAYS IT:
No, I do NOT have the time, or money, to go though the hassles of insurace
companies, getting it appraised, quoted, and replacing the bumper. The
damage is fairly neglegable, and when it's done, it'll not be perfect, but
will look like other parts of the car.
ALSO: Once all is done, the receipts for the materials will be sent to
the cab company who was responsible. Fortunately, it's not going to be a
Blacked Out Emblems with Plasti Dip
This product is awesome. It's not permanent, so you can mess up as much as
you want. It's easy to apply. It's easy to remove. Try it on anything, if
you don't like it just peel it off.
I blacked out my emblems on my Nissan 370z. It looks really good if you
want the "blacked out" look.
Keep in mind that I was filming this with one hand and using my other hand
to peel off the Plasti Dip, so I apologize for all the grunting and stuff.
Common Answer #1: You will need approximately 3 cans to spray all four
wheels using 4 coats on each wheel.
Common Answer #2: You can buy Plasti Dip at Home Depot, Lowes, and OSH.
Common Answer #3: Yes, it's safe to drive through the car wash and pressure
wash over the Plasti Dip, but I wouldn't recommend it.
Common Answer #4: It's not necessary to spray the inner wheel wells. I just
sprayed the face of the wheel.
Common Answer #5: The newspaper masking was to prevent over spray and makes
cleaning up easier and quicker.
Lastly, I made this video to show the car enthusiast community, who are
interested in blacking out their emblems, a much easier way to do so
without removing the emblem and painting it or buying a whole new black
Plasti Dip can result in different textures depending on the outside
temperature and how close/far you spray. Try it and see what works best for
your specific application.
Watch in 1080p for best viewing pleasure.
How to paint a Car at home yourself! All Car Painting steps one video!
See all the car painting steps from how to repair a body panel to prepare
the surface and to paint a damaged panel on a car in one video.
For anybody who's wanting more detailed info on how to paint a car,
here is a great source ---
If you are looking to get your own car painted and you need to do the job
yourself on the very "cheap" then learning the step by step and painting
it yourself at home is the only way to go!
Keep in mind, that there are multiple ways to accomplish each task that you
are about to embark on. The information included here is "SIMPLIFIED" but
does get the job done, there are other techniques and the process that may
produce slightly better results(blending, spot painting with blend) but
this is the information that I felt best for beginners....
For more info and help from like minded individuals go here!
Have fun and DIY....