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      02-25-2009, 02:00 PM   #6
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Another method for removal is to use a plastic bondo spreader or something similar. One customer of mine used his wife’s teflon spatula and it worked but she wasn’t very happy that her kitchen utensil was in the garage. If you put tape around the emblem to further insure that the paint does not get damaged it is fairly simple to pry the emblem off. In the event that there is an adhesive securing the emblem to the car it is nice to have some rubbing compound/polish available to clean the area.
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