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Old 12-20-2008, 11:21 AM   #1
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yeah so i debagged my tacoma today and have this left over i dont want to scratch the paint so how do i get rid of it

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Be patient with it. I picked most of mine off with patience and a hair dryer. For the last little bit of sticky, I bought a spray bottle of Goof Off and took my time spraying and wiping it down with a rag and some paper towels. Good Luck!
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95% of it should come off with your fingers. Heating it up with a hair dryer first will make it softer and easier to remove. Any remaining goo that is left can be removed by applying a little Goo Gone:

Let it sit for a few minutes and then gently use a soft microfiber cloth, (along with more heat from hair dryer if necessary), and rub clean from the paint. Take it easy, and you may have to go through the "soak,heat,rub...soak,heat,rub" process a few times.
***Important*** (More likely than not, you will get small swirl scraches if you don't use heat if needed, don't use some sort of "goo gone" product, or apply too much pressure when rubbing).
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...and continue to use a clean portion of your mircofiber cloth when the spot your rubbing with gets all gluey. It's the glue that's now on your cloth (that if you continue rubbing with) that will create the swirl mark scrathes. ***especially in darker color paints***
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also since your using goo gone remember after that you should wax the areas you debadged. Just to be safe
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yeah so i debagged my tacoma today and have this left over i dont want to scratch the paint so how do i get rid of it

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first thing i see is looks like when you heated it up you pulled it off you should have used a small string it wouldn't have left that much on there. i might be wrong on what i said so don't blast me for it. and yes goo gone is good, wd40, and bug and tar remover and yes i would put a coat of wax on those spots after you get all the glue off
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Old 12-20-2008, 03:24 PM   #8
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first thing i see is looks like when you heated it up you pulled it off you should have used a small string it wouldn't have left that much on there. i might be wrong on what i said so don't blast me for it. and yes goo gone is good, wd40, and bug and tar remover and yes i would put a coat of wax on those spots after you get all the glue off

actually i did heat it up with a hairdryer and then used fishing string behind it...not blasting you or anything but it is a 97 and does sit outside everyday so the glue was kinda old so yeah it left quite a bit...
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actually i did heat it up with a hairdryer and then used fishing string behind it...not blasting you or anything but it is a 97 and does sit outside everyday so the glue was kinda old so yeah it left quite a bit...
most of the rest of that old tape.....just kinda roll it off/pick it off with your fingers......then use a little goo gone and a microfiber towel to get the rest of it off. my 04 was about the same way. after you are done.........wash the area a bit, then use a little wax over top of it! if you are putting emblems back on....dont use wax......wash the area with some dish soap, then put the emblems back on.
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Old 12-20-2008, 08:14 PM   #10
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yeah im planning on leaving them off for now i like the look of the truck without the badges
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Old 12-20-2008, 08:15 PM   #11
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yeah im planning on leaving them off for now i like the look of the truck without the badges
cool! what else you gonna do to your truck?
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well right now up the road is a tacoma up for sale sittn on 33x12.50 im going to call him up to see if you will take my tires and 100 dollars for mine so hopefully i have some new tires coming my way
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well right now up the road is a tacoma up for sale sittn on 33x12.50 im going to call him up to see if you will take my tires and 100 dollars for mine so hopefully i have some new tires coming my way
good luck man.
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thanks man
you need to hurry up and come up with some other mods for your truck too..............im ready to work on some!!
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how about the deckplate mod of whatever its called???
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how about the deckplate mod of whatever its called???
get the deckplate and bring it on over...............piece o cake man!!!
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where do i get it from for the cheapest
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where do i get it from for the cheapest
you can try overtons.com, or check a boating supply store if you got one close by. i havent been to clover in so long, im not sure what all they have there now. and you'll need a 4 inch deckplate.
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lol well clover is getting pretty big we actually have more than one stoplight now but im pretty sure we dont have any boating stores here....any out at rock hill im probably heading out that way tomorrow
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