I've used then on the decals in my motorcycle and on the truck when I retaped the window visors. Hook it to a drill or grinder. Don't sit on one spot too long or it could burn through the paint, esp on plastic. Just work it back and forth. After just blow it wipe away the eraser bits that get left behind. Oh, and when it wears down, be careful because there is a metal disc inside that will can eff stuff up. Get one, you won't be disappointed.
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The link posted above didn't work when I clicked on it so this may be repetitive but a 3m eraser wheel is the way to go. Just attaches to your drill and takes any adhesive from debadging off. About $30 bucks but well worth it IMO.
Stoners Tarminator works good also, available locally at walmart and auto stores. Let it sock on there then wipe off. I've removed 2 sets using it, there is no need to use an eraser wheel, I tried that also and it left behind fine scratches that I had to polish out.
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