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)
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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
Camaro Bowtie Blackout Installation
This is just a quick video we shot of installing some vinyl to blackout the
Chevrolet emblem on a Camaro.
Check out the full Blackout kit on our website:
Junkman's Debadging of Vinyl Decals & Stickers
In this video, I talk about and show the process of properly removing vinyl
decal lettering. This process applies to any vinyl decals whatsoever, as
long as the vinyl decal has not been baked onto the car for 10 years. After
that amount of time, much more aggressive measures may be necessary. I also
go into the removal of ghosting left behind after the removal of said vinyl
lettering. In this video, I use a product from Optimum called Optimum
Polish II. Optimum also makes a compound that is more aggressive called
Optimum Compound II. If you find it difficult to remove your ghosting
image, you may need to start with the Optimum Compound II, and then follow
that with Optimum Polish II. This is the exact same process that you would
use if you were using the Mirror Glaze products, M105 and M205. Why I chose
to use the polish that I used is explained in the video.
In the video, I show that using a quality microfiber towels will not leave
any damage in the paint. The area that I am talking about is the area where
the actual lettering was. The area above the lettering was already damaged
due to the way the owner had been caring for the paint. After I finished
the video, I inspected the video footage and decided to hit the area that I
buffed one more time, as well as buff the remaining scratches out of the
area just below the SE emblem. Although no one would have been able to see
that damage while staring at the car up close (you see how close I had to
place the camera in order to see it), I saw that while reviewing my video
footage and decided to take care of it. Now it is definitely scratch free.
Also in the video, I pre-soak the vinyl lettering to help assist in the
removal of them. The amount of pre-soaking necessary will vary from
situation to situation. There is no set time. You just have to do a
pre-soak in your situation and see how long it takes before the vinyl is
easy to peel. That may or may not take some time.
If you want to see what this car looked like once I was done with it, watch
this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0XGwQDVbOgo
2006 Dodge Ram 3500 Dually Project
This is my 2006 Dodge Ram 4x4 Dually. I bought this truck new in 2006. Some
of the changes I have done include a Quadzilla X2 race module, CFM+ intake,
AEM Workhorse HD cold air intake with silencer ring delete, MBRP 5" Exhaust with 6" tip, South Bend dual disk
clutch, Isspro gauges, 2" ReadyLift leveling kit, 22.5" Classic Alcoa wheel
conversion, RDX grille, onboard air with air horns, DDM 8000k HIDs, Kodiak
power steps, debadged all emblems, and much more.
New video soon with new mods including tuning with EFI Live by Anarchy and
a South Bend dual disk clutch.
Thanks for looking!
Debadging my Altima 2.5 S OR any other car!
Just a quick clip I did while debadging my wifes 2008 Nissan Altima. This
isn't really a tutorial, just how I did it. Let me know what you think.
BTW, this is the first video I've done... The debadging was done in two
days. It started raining crazy when I pulled off the 2.5S badge so I did
the rest the next morning.