I removed my "SES" badge using dental floss to separate the adhesive from the hatch. Then I wiped off the remaining goo with WD-40I'd like to remove the SES logo when my car comes in. I've heard several of you say you use floss to do this. Is it as simple as running the floss behind the logo and popping it off?
Fishing line, and then used my hands to pull off the glue. I did not need to use heat, the SES was barely on the car. A little adheasive remove and wax removed whatever was left of the glue. Don't use a screwdriver as I have seen many people try that and end up with a scratched decklid.
hehe - we usually have discounts for people who come in with the sticker and/or front license plate for service work... might want to keep that in mind. If you're an advertisement (either in word of mouth or by driving a car with their name on the back of it) then they're likely to cut you a break or treat you like a friend instead of the "only bought it from you because you were $25 cheaper than the other guy" kind of guy. Just FYIthanks again
guess I'll go with no heat and either floss or fishing line.
The first thing I did when my wife's car was delivered was remove the dealer sticker while the dealer was showing my wife the interior of the car - which was as simple as removing a piece of scotch tape. I then handed it to him
Yo, Chan. Off topic, but is that a Luke quote in your signature?!Melt the glue with a blow dryer and get to flossing. Get some Goo Gone Automotive Spec (so it doesn't eat away at your clear coat) for any residue glue and you're golden.