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Jun 18, 2:53pm - #201561 
Remove emblem...help

Do I need to use paint friendly cleaner when I remove the GT emblem, because I cant find that thing at Pep boys.

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Jun 18, 2:54pm - #201562 
i used "goo gone"


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Jun 18, 3:07pm - #201563 
^^^
that will work, or just a soft cloth and some patience will remove any excess adhesive

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Jun 18, 5:51pm - #201564 
I've heard rubbing alcohol will work.


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Jun 18, 6:19pm - #201565 
I took mine off with Dental Floss and a Hair dryer then scrubbed the shit outta it with Bug and Tar remover with an old sock, then went over it with the claybar smile looks awsome

2k Celica in the sun alot. and hte paint had no fading. Cant tell they were ever there.

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Jun 18, 6:27pm - #201566 
^^lol...i use socks too spineyes

rubbing will work thumbsup

i have always recomended goo gone though...that stuff is good thumbsup

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Jun 18, 8:00pm - #201567 
goo gone is pretty good stuff but i don't recommend it because i use that to remove my emblem and i got paint chip..

the best way to do it, is to slowly pull the emblem out without heating it or spraying anything on to the bakc of it..after you pull it off you will have the glue stuff still on it..try to pell as much away as you can and get some duck tape (the grey color kind) and put on top of the extra glue and pull out keep doing that until no more glue is left..best way to remove any extra glue..it's like the hair remover method using wax that women use..apply and pull.. grin thumbsup


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Whenever my car is at a full stop or even in park the RPM never sits on 0. what does this mean?
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Jun 18, 9:13pm - #201568 
warm water, a soft cloth, and a lot of rubbing will remove the glue.

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Jun 18, 9:22pm - #201569 
don't rub you will smear the glue all around, it'll be harder to clean..just use tape, you have to use adhesive on adhesive..glue will remove glue..apply and pull, apply and pull..repeat and repeat..that way it'll be clean..totally..trust me on this..i've done this many time..on other thing ofcourse..


Originally Posted by pesho01
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Whenever my car is at a full stop or even in park the RPM never sits on 0. what does this mean?
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Jun 18, 9:38pm - #201570 
What year is the car? On my 2k (3 weeks ago) There is no way trape would have taken it off. it was old and crusted on there, only way to get off was the Tar remover and a lot of Scrubbing with the ... textured.. part of a sock.

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Jun 18, 9:46pm - #201571 
my is a 2000 GTS..been 4years..i took them off last month...peel as much off as you can first then us the grey duct tape..


Originally Posted by pesho01
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Whenever my car is at a full stop or even in park the RPM never sits on 0. what does this mean?
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Jun 18, 10:09pm - #201572 
I just bought a "goo gone", but I am not sure should I use it or not now. Or i'll go refound the goo gone.

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Jun 18, 10:13pm - #201573 
when i use it i got paint chip..man i'm still pissed whenever i wash my car and seeing that chip..well keep the goo because you gonna have lots of use for it..just spray a lil bit of it..not too much..


Originally Posted by pesho01
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Whenever my car is at a full stop or even in park the RPM never sits on 0. what does this mean?
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Jun 18, 10:45pm - #201574 
Originally Posted by celicafourotwo
when i use it i got paint chip..man i'm still pissed whenever i wash my car and seeing that chip..well keep the goo because you gonna have lots of use for it..just spray a lil bit of it..not too much..

Why you got paint chip? Did you use too much? Or Goo Gone is not for cars?

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