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Want to remove your badges quickly & leave no damage to your paint? 1. Get your floss and saw it back & forth behind the individual letters. You’ll be left with some sticky foam. 2. Attach a Eraser wheel in a cordless drill at max speed. Gently move across the foam back & forth. Keep removing the residue with a microfibre cloth. 3. Once all removed, wax it. 4. Ten minutes all done!
Just a quickie because i've heard it being asked 100000000000 times Thin piece of wire or string - some people say dental floss, i used a guitar string. Saw through the adhesive/foam Toffee wheel in the drill - erase the remaining foam and adhesive Residue Remover Debadged.
when you debadge the lupo there is a small semi circle cut out which i obviously dont want. i was wondering if anyone had an idea of the cost to get a metal plate welded on and sprayed?