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teflondon23
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teflondon23 Apr 15, 7:17pm - #443110 
2000 Black Toyota Celica
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2000 Toyota Celica

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Miami, FL
Removing badges & adding new ones.

Hi Everyone,

I'm going to be removing my current emblems and applying new ones this weekend and I was wondering if anyone out there knows:

1. Best cleaner to remove leftover glue residue left after removing toyota factory badges/emblems which is paint friendly?

2. Best/strongest adhesive to add on new emblems which won't damage my paint or won't be a pain in the neck to remove later if I decide to change it.

Thanks for your help

Best regards,
D
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Sultan
Speed Omen
Sultan Apr 15, 7:33pm - #443111 

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2002 Toyota Celica GT

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Philadelphia, PA
1 = goo-gone
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Cookie
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Cookie Apr 15, 9:55pm - #443112 

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2000 Toyota Celica

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Flemington, NJ
I used goo-gone on mine, worked like a charm.
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g96818
Yoda Master
g96818 Apr 15, 9:58pm - #443113 

Yoda Master
2000 Toyota Celica GTS

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Hon, HI
just use rubbing alcohol to remove extra glue thumbsup i heard goo-gone is basically expensive rubbing alcohol thumbsdown
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zugzug12
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zugzug12 Apr 16, 12:05pm - #443114 

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OKC,OK
Use 3M double-sided tape, for installation. Cheaper tapes suck! thumbsup wave

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maingear
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maingear Apr 16, 11:09pm - #443115 

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2002 Toyota Celica

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Arkansas
^^^ What they said! thumbsup
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