Few pics of my kadj
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1 hour ago, pauldoogan82 said:

I Debadge it
I hated it it was a pain to clean round ,I do believe that they come like this in Japan I may be wrong tho

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I agree while I think it looks nice with the badges on they are a pain to clean round and polish up 

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2 hours ago, stephen.gowling said:

What is this polish you talk of?

Do the Romanians apply this when I take it to them on a Sunday morning to pressure wash off the cow shite emoji23.pngemoji23.png

No, I think it's what the Polish use, not the Romanians.....:)

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On 13/07/2017 at 4:06 PM, pauldoogan82 said:

I Debadge it
I hated it it was a pain to clean round ,I do believe that they come like this in Japan I may be wrong tho

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So how did you do this, and what you use...............

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Cotton mate a few strands run it down the back of the letters as there's only sticky foam holding them on. Rub the left over foam off with your finger then use a bit of tcut or polish to take the sticky off ,you could also use petrol for the sticky.


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Looking very good indeed, and you do not see to many blacks around - although one followed me home tonight. I was admiring it in the rear view - it looked perfect - looks much better front on to back. Good tip on removing the badge - makes it look unique and much cleaner on the back.

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Scratches are a nightmare tho constantly buffing them out I was going to g3 glass coat it as I have 2 bottles left but I wouldn't be able to cut the scratches out once I've done it as it takes the g3 off

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35 minutes ago, pauldoogan82 said:

Scratches are a nightmare tho constantly buffing them out I was going to g3 glass coat it as I have 2 bottles left but I wouldn't be able to cut the scratches out once I've done it as it takes the g3 off

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I'm pretty sure car manufacturers nowadays use the thinnest top coat possible to save on costs, seems everyone I speak to get scuffs and marks from the slightest rub against the paint work. That is all manufacturers - my Dad has a Mercedes estate and it's scratched to death - he isn't careless and it's garaged overnight just insufficient top coat to protect it.

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