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This isnt a thread to ask how to de-badge etc, But I want to De-badge my Red Corsa but I think we're the colour of the car as oxidised and made the red fade from the orignal colour, when I de-badge it the "Corsa","Vauxhall" and "16v" parts will be a brighter Red where the sun was unable to get to them and fade the colour. Any ideas on what I can do?
 

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products like t-cut and polish would bring up the rest of the paint to match the spots that were under the badges, just gonna have to polish th rest of the car:)

Is there no other options? What if I polish it so much but it just doesn't bring it back enough to match the rest of the car?
 

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Give it a go . Your prob be fine . How old is the car ? If not just buy them again !
 

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Give it a go . Your prob be fine . How old is the car ? If not just buy them again !
Its 2002, Yeah I guess I could just give it a try, but I really want to debadge it but dont fancy polishing the whole car and it still not coming back enough to match what the badges covered.
 
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