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debadging!! need suggestions

Hey guys, so I've debadged every vehicle I've own without a problem. Juat used the fishing line and adhesive remover trick. For some reason on my '12 cummins the adhesive will not come off for the life of me. Anybody have any suggestions on what to use? I've always used permatex adhesive remover. Thanks in advance

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I like WD-40. Soak it down and start picking away at it. When I just took the badges off my 2010, I used fishing line to get badges off, then blow dryer to heat up adhesive and picked majority off with my thumb nail and then used WD-40 to get final little stuff off. Worked good for me.

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Thanks man. I'll try anything at this point
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Heat gun and goo gone works great
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I tried goo gone. It didn't even touch it. I ended up using right off which worked way better.
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Get yourself one of these and save all the headaches. Eraser wheel doesn't damage paint and you will be done in minutes.



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^^^ Thanks, might have to get one of those!

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Acetone works great too.
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Acetone works great too.
yep, that's how mine came off
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X10 on the eraser wheel. By far the easiest, fastest and SAFEST way to do it.
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yep, that's how mine came off
While acetone will work I would be really cautious using it on a painted surface. Acetone will break down paint really quickly and can turn into a nightmare if you use too much or rub too hard.
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While acetone will work I would be really cautious using it on a painted surface. Acetone will break down paint really quickly and can turn into a nightmare if you use too much or rub too hard.
+1 regarding acetone.

when all else fails, very, very, very hot water and a decent soap always worked for me.

Lastly, if u have a cutting/buffing pad u don't mind using try it, ur going to buff that spot anyhow after the badge is gone......right?

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