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Old 11-18-2012, 09:51 PM   #1
TimothH
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Removing the dealer emblem? Will it damage the paint?

I forgot to tell the dealer not to put that tag on the back of the car with the dealer's name on it.

How do I take it off? Jackhammer? Sixty grit and thinners? Can I just slowly peel it up or will it damage the paint? What do I use to remove any residual adhesive?

Car is a 2013, Oxford White, with less than 1000 miles.


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