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Old 29-04-13, 12:28 PM   #1
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Hi guys, I decided to try some modifications to the exterior of my 307.
I've successfully removed the emblem, and the Peugeot and the 307. But I'm now left with an outline as you can see from the image below.

I used petrol to remove the 3 parts, and they all came off with ease along with the residue that held the badges on.
I now need to get rid of the outline and make it all look shiny.

Any tips?

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Old 29-04-13, 12:30 PM   #2
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Polish the boot door. It should come out.

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Old 29-04-13, 12:35 PM   #3
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I've gave it a polish with Turtle Wax Color Magic but it's not budged. I know it sounds silly, but I've tried WD40, Isopropyl alcohol and Turps. But non have budged it.
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Old 29-04-13, 12:40 PM   #4
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Use rougher polish. T-cut.

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I'll pick some up, any particular type?
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Old 29-04-13, 12:45 PM   #6
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Ive used t cut and find it good. It needs to be more abrasive then you have anyway.

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Ok. I'll take a trip to my local place and get some t cut original and give it ago. Cheers David.
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Wd40 on a cloth, or tar spot remover. You need to be softening up the glue before removing rather than polishing it off.

Quickly followed by lots of rinsing with soapy water before it damages the paintwork.
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Wd40 on a cloth, or tar spot remover. You need to be softening up the glue before removing rather than polishing it off.

Quickly followed by lots of rinsing with soapy water before it damages the paintwork.
I've tried the wd40 and gave it a good scrub, but it's didn't do much. I've just gave it a scrub with my polish and it's made it look a lot better, but still noticeable in sunlight. Just waiting on dad to get back and I'll go pick some t-cut up.
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I use scratch remover or t cut


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