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car emblems
car emblems
Every car comes off of the dealership lot with emblems. Most car emblems consist of the make, model, trim level, and possibly the dealership's logo. Older cars emblems stuck on through holes in the sheet metal, but today most emblems are attached using a strong adhesive that is safe for paint. To safely remove car emblems you'll need to do more than pull them off of the vehicle. Learn how to remove emblems from cars to get a smooth, clean look.

Heat the emblem using a blow-dryer or a heat gun. Direct the heat at the emblem, and hold the dryer several inches from the surface of the car. Move the dryer around, and aim at different areas of the car emblem so the heat doesn't sit in 1 spot for longer than a few seconds at a time.

Use adhesive remover and a cotton towel to remove the remaining adhesive from the surface of the car emblems. Wipe the adhesive remover on an area that can't be easily seen to make sure it is safe to use on painted surfaces. If it is safe to use, pour the remover onto a towel, and rub it vigorously across the adhesive until it is completely gone.

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