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The new badges came in the mail. I was wondering how you guys swap to the new ones. I want to remove the current badges without damaging anything.

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The new badges came in the mail. I was wondering how you guys swap to the new ones. I want to remove the current badges without damaging anything.

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A combination of techniques really.

If you have a heat gun or blow dryer, that can loosen up the goo/tape behind the old badge. It then makes it easier to lift off.

Some people use floss or fishing line to act as a gentle saw back-n-forth behind the badge to remove the badge.

Personally, I used both of the above (heat to loosen, floss to saw).

Then, use "Goo Gone" to get the remaining tape/goo off of the Jeep. I did it and removed one without a single mark/scratch on the Jeep.
 

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The new badges came in the mail. I was wondering how you guys swap to the new ones. I want to remove the current badges without damaging anything.

thanks
I second what Gordon said. Use a heat gun or hair dryer, whichever you have and then some floss or fishing line, or other to get it off. Works perfect.
 
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