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Yeah that adhesive crap is hard to get off, and the civic badge is a biggie. It will go, the first badges was a test. Im thinking just have a VTI badge on the rear where the civic badge is. Or is it just better to be badgless completly?
 

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i dont know what he used but i always use a credit card or such like to get the foam stickie stuff off then a bit of cutting compound and polish , sometimes the residue needs removing with tar and glue remover depends on car and age,
i would also leave the H i am always wondering with to much debadging what are you ashamed of :D
 

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I used hot water and my fingers. There is still a little bit of glue which is a right pain, its coming off slowly. After removing the badges i used tcut dark red wax. That seems to have blended it in.

The main reason is i think honda make a mess with all those badges and they look old and tired. Also most people see the 1.8vti badge and think its just a trim like se or something, so its better to go. Oh and im not loosing the h otherwise people may think im driving a rover. :-
 
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