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Good afternoon All,

I suspect this has already been posted somewhere but I can't seem to find the answer!

I want to debadge my Clio but I read somewhere that the badges are clipped in? Making it so I would have to use filler and respray them.

Is this correct?

If not and that are just stuck on, what product would be recommended for removing them?

Thank you for all your help in advance!

Rich
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Re: Debadging Clio Mk3 Phase 2

If you mean Renault rhombus, it's on clips, pull'em cautiously.
If you mean the letters, they're 99% on double-sided stick tape, you can use dental floss and then rub off the rest, using WD40.
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Re: Debadging Clio Mk3 Phase 2

It's the lettering that I want to remove. My brothers more practical then me so I will get him to do it now I know it's not clipped

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Re: Debadging Clio Mk3 Phase 2

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It's the I will get him to do it now I know it's not clipped
You just use floss like a string saw, don't worry, won't harm the paint. You can do it yourself.
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Re: Debadging Clio Mk3 Phase 2

I might have ago at the on Sunday then when I've got a bit of free time. Just a nice look with no lettering I think
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