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Old Nov 2nd, 2020, 13:25   #10
glynh
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I removed the badge, cleaned off the remaining adhesive (WD 40 and then a blade edge to gently scrape).

Then once it was all off i buffed it up to remove anything else.

My badge turned up today, so another buffing with kitchen roll so it was clean and no rain/muck and put the badge on.

it was a tight fit but fitted perfectly (not unexpected though) and looks a lot better. Biggest pain was removing the old one!
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