Heat it up with a heat gun (or blow dryer) , pry it off (not with anything too hard) something plastic maybe, then rub off the tape with your thumbnail, and the residue with some goof off, I tried WD-40 first but it took way too long! Simple!
it looks like you had no ghosting...or am i wrong? thats an '03 right? i have a black 03 and the only reason im not prying those suckers off is because i dont want a white outline! How did u get it to look that good? good job!
I did my doors yesterday and your right, it was a piece of cake. I used 3M Adhesive remover. Word of advice if ya got anymore debadging to do, try a piece of fishing line. I didn't heat them up, and the fishing line saws right through the tape.
Looks good. I'm a firm believer in goof off after I debadged my truck. I tried the WD-40 also and it didn't work well at all. 4U2NV, don't you know that Miller Lite is a key ingredient for nearly every mod you do to your truck!!! haha.
when using the fishing line...do you cut between the chrome part of the badge and the black adhesive? Also, do u cut straight down or do you cut back and forth or what? im just making sure so i dont mess up my paint. Thanks!!!
i did mine today. finishing line and goof off / goo gone (i think goof off worked better, but i ran out. both worked.)
i'll tell you this, don't do any rubbing with anything abrasive (i did my first letter this way, and i paid for it.)
after pulling the letters, and then working in the 96 degree heat / 90 percent humidity, the most 'work' was getting the glue off. that crap sucks ass. a little wax and a quick buff when it was done, and i'm good.
i still have to work out the haze that i put by using an abrasive sponge on one letter. but it looks good.