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Glue remover w/o runing paint?

I want to remove the domed international badges and all the badges that came on the truck from the factory. For those of you who have done it, what do you use to get all the adhesive off without ruining the paint? I am assuming there will be a residue after I pull them off, right?

Also, will there be a color difference under the badges? You know, not faded. Who has done it, and what did it look like under there. Thanks
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Re: Glue remover w/o runing paint?

Goo gone works good

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Re: Glue remover w/o runing paint?

Ive done it! the paint under looks great but i was scarred to us chemicals so i just used my hands just be ready for sum killer blisters


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Really?
Glad to hear the paint looked good!
I'm a little leary of using Goo-gone on the paint.
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Re: Glue remover w/o runing paint?

I did it to get tape off and it dident hurt it at all

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Re: Glue remover w/o runing paint?

I've used goo gone on mine no problem, just followed it up with mequires cleaner wax, and no issues at all.

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Re: Glue remover w/o runing paint?

We use At-tack at our work for removing labels. I have used it on my truck and it works great. Much better than goo gone. Here is a link: label remover. When you click the link, click the search tab and the product should show up...

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Re: Glue remover w/o runing paint?

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Really?
Glad to hear the paint looked good!
I'm a little leary of using Goo-gone on the paint.
Zippo lighter fluid and a little rubbing. Just dont smoke and wash and wax when you are done.

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wd 40 works well too and everyone has that laying around

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Re: Glue remover w/o runing paint?

If its faded give it a little wax and see how she looks.

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