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    What is the correct way to remove the stuck-on M3 badges from the trunk? Thanks.

  • #2
    hair dryer and dental floss is how I do it. There are a number of threads on it. some use fishing wire..

    just get them warm/hot and the adhesive will release.
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    • #3
      little bit of indirect heat, not too much, then slide some fishing string close to the decklid to get under the adhesive as best you can. Use some sort of mild detergent to get rid of the excess goo and wax her up!


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      Originally posted by paintpro21 View Post
      hair dryer and dental floss is how I do it. There are a number of threads on it. some use fishing wire..

      just get them warm/hot and the adhesive will release.
      haha - beat me to it!
      Last edited by CAOSyAMOR; 05-30-2008, 08:05 AM. Reason: Automerged Doublepost
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      • #4
        Thanks a lot, I appreciate it! Attempted to use the search function, but It appears to be inoperative at this time.

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