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Hey, how is everybody doing? I just have one quick question, I tried to figure out how to remove the embles in my armada but I really don't know how to do it, can anybody help me out with this? Thanks for replying.
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Or you can check mine. https://www.clubarmada.com/forums/showthread.php?t=4453



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I just de badged my 06 altima last night... What i did was do only 1 letter at a time. Heat it up with a hairdryer for about 30 sec or so then take dental floss back and forth to remove the emblem from the 3m adhesive. The floss will break often, but it works. Just be careful when you lift the letter off, as you can scratch your ride if the metal contacts the paint and pressure is applied!!!! With the 3-m still on the vehicle heat it up while you roll it back and remove with the tip of your finger...no fingernails as it may scratch as well...then use goo gone to remove the remainder of the stickey crap...Wax immediately. I am still undecided on debadging the ARMADA...I like the way it looks and quite frankly wanted to experiment on my wifes car before I commited to my mistress.
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~~ I am still undecided on debadging the ARMADA...I like the way it looks and quite frankly wanted to experiment on my wifes car before I commited to my mistress.
Haha, your mistress! I know the feeling!

Instead of using dental floss, fishing line is much better. Does not break as often. De-badging was easy though! The link I povided gave instructions too!

And you are right about the Goo-Gone. A much better product then I used.



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I don't floss or fish (hehe) so here's how I did it with the tools I had. I used my finger nails on one, just pulled it off but it killed my fingers. The next one I used a plastic bondo applicator which is tappered to spread the badge off, that worked good no damage to the paint. Then I used goo be gone to remove the sticky stuff. De-Badged Madas rock!

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Yea Spyda... I think fishin line would have been much better than the floss. I will "do It" to my mistress this weekend. At least I got some practice in with the wife's Altima... That can be taken many ways...
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thanks quys I'll try this tomorrow, still wating for some mods to get here, I had order rims, grill, halo lights, and some chome trims, but with the weather we've had UPS it's kind of backed up, I will post some pictures when it all gets put together.
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