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I took off my badges without any problems as well as the old dealership logo.
I have Go gone as well as Bug & Tar remover (I do not have a heat gun, but I do have a hair dryer) I can't seem to get the rest of the glue off(shown in the pictures)

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I've heard of some people using gasoline, will that help?
Unless you like rubbing off the melted paint from that area as well, sure.

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1) Blow Dryer
2) Rubbing Alcohol
3) Goo Gone (don't know the affects with this and car paint though)
 

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Goo gone. They make some that is safe on paint. Be sure to clean and then wax the area when you are done.
 

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3m specialty adhesive remover.
 

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Then buff it with nufinish scratch remover,
 

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I have some goo gone and I removed all the Arrowheads and GM logo's as well now and they all came off without a hitch. It's just where the Pontiac lettering was that is a pain in the ass. I have not tried a hair dryer but I will do that today. Should it be on low or high?
 

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spray WD40 or Goo Gone on the effected area and use you finger nail lightly to remove adhesive then wipe again and wax away......worked on mine :)
 
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