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I removed the rear one. It was way too much work to keep clean and it looks better without it anyway. Th front one use Q-tips and take your time. Once it is clean a quick dusting should take care of it.
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Originally Posted by OUR97
I removed the rear one. It was way too much work to keep clean and it looks better without it anyway.
I'm glad somebody else brought this up because I've been wondering the same thing. I've been giving some thought to removing the rear one as well. It's difficult to even see and it almost looks like it was put there as a afterthought.
I like the one in the front. It looks like it belongs there.
Hey, any chance of seeing a pic or two of the rear deck with the emblem removed?
You need lots of time and patience. I have tried just about everything. One idea that I have used that works pretty well is using detailing clay and working it into those tough areas. But ultimately, time is the key...especially if it was as bad as mine.
By the way, I did not neglect my rear emblem as seen in the pics. When I bought the car, most of it was in pretty rough shape, but like I said, not rushing, taking your time is all that you need
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Originally Posted by Vetteran
I use a soft bristled tooth brush. Q-tips work well getting wax out.
BTW, DJN, great pic of that Electron Blue C5 beauty you have there. Your paint finish is stunning. And, its looks like you have a brand new Volant, or, Volant copy above shroud air intake (one of my personal favorites). Frankly, I have had mine for over four trouble free years now. Very Cool, brother!