Get That Badge Off Quickly

October 26 2018, Honda Queensway

Automakers typically put a badge on your vehicle signifying its make and model. If you don't want these to remain on your car or truck, they can be removed. You can consult your owner's manual to find out exactly how the manufacturer of your vehicle suggests it be done. However, as a general rule, badges are held on by a layer of adhesive.

The adhesive can be quickly removed with warm water or by blowing hot air on it. Be sure to be careful when applying water or scraping the adhesive as to not cause damage to the paint. It is also a good idea to be careful not to scratch or crack the badge itself.

If your car needs routine service, schedule an appointment with Lakeshore Honda right away. We have trained staff who will offer timely, friendly and professional service at a reasonable price.


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