Many car enthusiasts find that they prefer the streamlined look provided by removing a vehicle's badges. If this sounds like something you would like to try, the team at Cox Auto Group in Newark, DE can help you get started. First, let's talk about the tools you will need.

Heat is the key to getting the adhesive behind your badges to loosen up. A hairdryer works well. Another thing you can try is pouring hot water on the top of the badge. Try to ensure that you are heating the entire thing evenly. As you work, occasionally wiggle the badge to see if it shows signs of getting loose.

You will likely need a tool to pop off the badge. Although a screwdriver would be effective, it will also damage your paint. Dental floss can be worked behind the badge. A fishing line also works well. Go slow and be gentle.