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      02-26-2012, 01:49 PM   #1
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Rear Badge Removal

Hey guys, I've searched and searched and couldn't find anything. I basically just heated up the badge a bit on my m3 and then pryed it off as gently as possible with a flat head screwdriver. Jacked things up a bit behind the badge, but it didn't matter to me because I was replacing it with a monochrome badge, so it would cover things right up.

What is the best way to remove the rear 335 badge? Goo-gone, hair dryer and try and wiggle it off?
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      02-26-2012, 01:55 PM   #2
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hair dryer/string/goo gone

Also you looked?

http://bit.ly/yMZrDI

fwiw: this is the DIY (ie: if you make a DIY to help out the site not a "hey how do I do this" imo
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Well now when someone does a search, they'll get this thread easily thanks to me creating it and know how to diy thanks to you posting. Appreciate the help...i like the string idea.
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Simply way to remove any badge is use dental floss works very well and no damage unlike a screw driver! helps if you put lemon juice (the real concentrated type) on the top of the badge and let soak in for a few minutes then use the floss starting at the top, just keep dripping on the juice.
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Heat it up and then use dental floss. Should come right off. Leaves no marks. You might need a little goo-gone afterwards to clean it up.
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