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post #25 of 34 (permalink) Old 07-15-2017, 07:50 PM
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Heat gun--->eraser wheel--->goo gone for any stragglers---> clean, polish and wax is my typical process.
Exactly what I do, except use spray adhesive remover. Eraser wheels are awesome!

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Sem solve is another great adhesive remover
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I used some thin weed trimmer line to remove mine. Heat up with air gun and used my thumbs to remove most adhesive, then rubbed on some De-Solv-It Contractor's Solvent I bought at the hardware store using a microfiber cloth. Lastly, a little alcohol to clean it up and a fresh coat of wax. This method worked pretty well for me.


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fishing line, plastic putty knife, and carb cleaner to get the badge off, eraser wheel to get whats left off, clean, and buff and you are done. I did have the use wheed wacker cord on my long horn badge as the fishing line just wasn't cutting through the amount of adhesive they used.

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Anyone have any tips for cleaning/restoring badges in order to make them look like new, so you can put them back on?


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Heat Gun and/or WD-40 works great!

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I ordered new badges for the truck some time ago, and never put them on after staging them. Something so right about a de-badged Cummins. Who needs a badge when your truck sounds like a tractor!? If you don't know its a Cummins you're out or your own league and it doesn't matter anyway!

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Heat Gun and/or WD-40 does the trick! A few posts basically asking this same question...

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Rapid remover get it off amazon


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Goo gone/WD-40 works great and fishing line with some heat will take them off perfect. Plastic tools make life easier when removing left over adhesives just wrap end of tool with a microfiber and then you can ensure no scratches.

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