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    EunoS NA side seat emblem

    HOW can I remove this w/o screwing it up? I am assuming it is glued on. I want to remove it to replace the seat trim with new because someone had re-painted them black which is now peeling...
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    If it’s just glued on you can use So-Brite ReMov adhesive and silicone remover.
    I use it all the time to release adhesive and glue residue. Let it sit for about 60 seconds and it will re emulsify the bond so it will release easy.

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    You could try a hair dryer as well. Heat does wonders!!! I wouldn't use a heat gun as it might be too much and end up melting what you are trying to save. Just another idea for what it's worth. Good Luck!

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    Personally, it’s a lost cause. I’d just sell the car.


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    Quote Originally Posted by CLZinn2 View Post
    You could try a hair dryer as well. Heat does wonders!!! I wouldn't use a heat gun as it might be too much and end up melting what you are trying to save. Just another idea for what it's worth. Good Luck!
    Thanks, I was thinking of that since it worked with taking off center cap emblems.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Agent☣Orange View Post
    Personally, it’s a lost cause. I’d just sell the car.
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    They were just fitted using double sided tape. The paint that is peeling was from the factory. These parts were fitted to a run of seats variously called Option or Driving seats. The plastic furniture looks like its standard, but was moulded in white, and painted black. I think these were actually made up from prototype or preproduction parts, since short run prototype parts are typically made in white plastic.

    There is a little hole you can hook a tool into


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