Debadging your Audi can help give the car a cleaner look by removing the car's model designation badges, which are adhered to the rear and sides of your car. You can perform the procedure using just a few household items and it will only take up about 30 minutes of your time.
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Things you need
- Heat gun or hair dryer
- Dental floss or 12-inch strip of fishing line
- Rubbing alcohol
- Cotton terry towel
- Spray bottle filled with soapy water
- Spray bottle filled with water
Heat up the badges for a few minutes by using your heat gun or hair dryer, holding the heat source about two inches away from the badges. Try to avoid holding the heat source too close to the paint as you can risk bubbling the paint up.
Slide the dental floss or fishing line behind the badge and slide it down. Move it down slowly and work your way down. If you find you are encountering resistance, heat the badge area again for a few more minutes.
Apply some rubbing alcohol to the area using your cotton terry towel to remove the remnant adhesive film that may still be on the body panel of your car.
Spray the soapy water on to the area where the badge was once applied and rub it clean using your towel.
Spray the water on to the body panel to rinse off the area and then dry it using the cotton towel. Repeat the procedure for any other badges you want to remove from your car.
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