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I'm considering moving my civic badge and replacing my original s type badge due to the red rubbing off the badge...
Anyone else removed the civic badge, after all it's a honda s type, right lol.


Lastly these badges will remove with some dental floss ????
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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old 16th August 2014, 11:36
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I just pulled my badge off then persevered in slowly removing the remaining glue with fingers, then finally a bit of polish.
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Sounds good, saw somewhere *** were suggesting using hair dryer to help remove the badge
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Warming badge may help make it easier, dont get it too hot though or you could damage paint.
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I fancy whacking a Type S badge on my civic lol
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Removed mine then just used some stuff called sticky stuff remover...got glue right off
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You could probably. Maybe heat it up a little thrn put some dental floss through it
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