Discover How to Remove Badges from Your Vehicle

In about the same time as it takes to finish a TV show, you can give your car a new look. Removing a badge from your car helps it stand out from the crowd and leaves people guessing as to what type of car you have.

The first step is to determine whether the badge is attached with clips or adhesive. If it uses clips, you should be able to simply pop the badge off and cover the holes and then repaint the area. If the car uses adhesive to hold the badge, then you likely won't have to get bodywork and repaint the area. You can use hot water, adhesive remover or a blow dryer set to hot to help loosen the adhesive, and then use a plastic wedge or dental floss to take off the badge.

In the event that you don't want to remove a badge yourself, consider going to Honda of Ames for a professional badge removal.

 

 

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