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MGTF Rear Badges 3 weeks 2 days ago #199567

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Anybody know if the following badge can be cleaned in someway?


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Mike
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MGTF Rear Badges 3 weeks 2 days ago #199569

I would try a mildly abrasive cleaner, looks like the surface is oxidised. Maybe a plastic polish, or T-CUT. I've had some success with that.

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MGTF Rear Badges 3 weeks 2 days ago #199570

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Thanks very much for the reply I will try you're suggestion. The badge isn't that old and seems to have gone that way over the last few days.
The original ones last for years.

Mike

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MGTF Rear Badges 2 weeks 5 days ago #199603

If I were you I would go for the gel replacement logo . They've been on my TF for 6 years now and they are still OK.

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MGTF Rear Badges 2 weeks 4 days ago #199611

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just an update on this , didn't get good results with T-cut etc.
I did get a result using ISO (industrial alcohol) removed all the delamination's and badge looks like new.
Don't know how long it will last though yet

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