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I did use search, but can't find all the facts............
How is the best way to remove the "Jeep" emblems?
 

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use flos line for the badge and heat gun to remove the sticky part...i dont get it why remove the badges? Its not that hard to figure out that its a Jeep lol.
 

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Hair dryer or heatgun on low, fishing line or dental floss & a pair of gloves. Remove any residue with goo gone or similar (not gas) than a coat of wax.

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use flos line for the badge and heat gun to remove the sticky part...i dont get it why remove the badges? Its not that hard to figure out that its a Jeep lol.
Are yours still on?
 

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I used some goo be gone and a heat gun and soft plastic scraper work like a charm


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use flos line for the badge and heat gun to remove the sticky part...i dont get it why remove the badges? Its not that hard to figure out that its a Jeep lol.
Looks 1000X better, cleaner, meaner, etc without Jeep badges. Just don't get rid of the SRT8 badge!




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Yea I'm gonna remove them this week. Thanks guys!
 

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Do you guys leave the SRT8 badges on there?
 

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i took the front JEEP letters off but left the rest. looks cleaner upfront. not many people know its a Jeep or what SRT means
 

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"Badges! We don't need no stinking Badges" forgot the movie just remember the line . 99.9 % of cars look better without them .
 

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Heat gun and a flathead screwdriver whose tip is covered by a microfiber towel.
 

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First and foremost dont remove the SRT badge cmon man.. Like Joe wrote above flat head screwdriver is effective with some type of heat gun. I used goo gone as well which helped remove any residue left behind then give it a little wax and your set.
BE SURE THAT THE HEAD OF THE SCREWDRIVER IS COMPLETELY COVERED BY MICROFIBER THE LAST THING YOU WANT IS TO SCRATCH THROUGH THE CLEAR COAT.
It is very easy to do
 

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i actually used an old credit card. it worked well with no heat.
 

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use a credit card and goo gone, works amazing, better safe than sorry and works just as good. Also noticed no one has said this yet but if your badge has been on for a while its gunna leave a shadow of where the badge was. Grab some polish, even applied by hand to get rid of that ghost and make it nice and even, like it wasnt even there. Then throw some wax over the top and your set, shinny and badgeless :D.

edit*, heres a picture of mine from a while back, right after i took another badge off, looked completely clean and nothing on the paint. Threw on fax and this is what i saw haha. I think it looks pretty cool in the pic though.

 

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Looks 1000X better, cleaner, meaner, etc without Jeep badges. Just don't get rid of the SRT8 badge!
True statement. Exactly how mine is.
 

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Thank you everyone for the help!
 
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