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#101 of 150 put an alternative "fish" on the car, then
Dec 30, 2005 (1:51 pm)
lots of alternatives like the "ixnay" or the "cat" at http://www.evolvefish.com/fish/emblems.html... or if you mess up the Jesus-fish removal, you can hide it with another one
not all are polite, so use that criteria in deciding whether to view. none are really awful.
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#104 of 150 removing racing stripes
Mar 22, 2006 (4:38 am)
">My car has racing stripes on the side and I want to remove them to put on my own logo. Anyone know how to get them off. Their pretty old.
#105 of 150 Re: removing racing stripes [89er]
Apr 24, 2006 (9:10 pm)
Before we can help ya get them off, how are they put on? Paint over clear? Paint under clear? Decal? Tape??? Many ways to get it off depending on the way its put on.
#106 of 150 paint differences on removing decals?
Aug 06, 2006 (8:42 pm)
ok, this was asked a few times in this thread and I don't think it was answered. i am looking to purchase a 2003 black toyota tacoma.the truck is beautiful, paint seems to bee in nice condition- BUT it has really ugly decals on both sides.
I have seen how to remove them, but at this point what I want to know is what will the paint job look like removing decals from an older vehicle? Worse than the decal would be a darker black in the shape of said ugly decal.
anyone have ideas, experience with this?
#107 of 150 Removing BMW 5 Series Numerals
Oct 09, 2006 (1:41 pm)
I have a 1992 BMW 525i and I wanted to debadge it. I wanted to take off the "525i" from the back of the car, but before I do so, I wanted to make sure I do it right without ruining the paint.
Can anyone give me some good advice on how to do this properly? I dont know how the BMW numbers are glued/pinned to the car, so I dont even know where to start.
Oct 25, 2006 (8:13 pm)
Something to consider before you do this is the age of your car. If you have the factory paint, it will be a lot lighter than what's behind the decal. I like to debadge too, but I've never tried it on a car older than a couple years.
Having said that, if the badge is raised, try the fishing line technique listed in the posts above. Run into resistance and you've got a pin to remove and a hole to fill. Good Luck!
#109 of 150 Re: BMW decals [dahuber]
Nov 14, 2006 (2:10 pm)
Removing any decal or stripe or anything from a vehical over about a month old the paint colors will be differant.
#110 of 150 Blood on paint
Nov 16, 2006 (2:45 pm)
Is there any possible way to remove blood from automotive paint? It is varmint paint in case you are wondering.