Today we’re out in the Detail Garage, and I’m gonna show you how to do an amazing service removing badges from a vehicle! Matt in our Media Department came to me and asked Hey Greg, can you remove the badges from my VW Passat and I said Heck yeah I can! I’ve done that a bunch of times! So I’m gonna show you how I remove badges from a vehicle for a clean, sleek look. On a lot of cars, people want to debadge the back or front of the car.
So the whole car looks completely sleek, and it gives a whole different look to the car. Some vehicles can have the badges removed, and I’m gonna show you an easy way to do that. A couple things before we get started debadging First of all, not all cars can be debadged. Some cars actually have holes behind the badges to line up the badges as the car is being assembled. I can’t remove the badges on my Mustang’s fender because underneath those badges are two holes to align the badge.
Some cars don’t have those alignment holes, like this Passat. The Passat has no alignment holes on the back, these are like a sticker on top of the paint. Every car is different, so if you want to find out about your car’s badges and if they can be removed, I recommend you look at a factory manual to see if the badges have holes on the back, or you can check out an internet forum for your car and ask questions there. Either way, you can get a good answer.
But I’ll tell you do this job with caution! Sometimes these badges can’t be removed. If they can, they’ll come off fine, but sometimes if the car has been repainted and you remove the badge, there will be a shadow behind it. This car has never been repainted, so it’s a perfect candidate to have the badges removed. To remove the badges, I’m gonna be using some regular dental floss to pull off the badges. You can use piano wire, fishing line, or a type of string. I’m gonna use dental floss because I was able to pick some up during lunch.
I’m also going to use a heat gun. We picked up this heat gun from the store, you can get these relatively cheap. This will heat up the badge to loosen the glue on the backside, and allow me to pull off the badge. If you don’t have a heat gun, you can let your car sit out in the sun around noon or early afternoon, but I recommend you use a heat gun for a professional job. You can pick these up for $1520 at your local hardware store. When I remove the badges, there’s gonna be a shadow.
The paint around the badge is fading at a different rate than the paint underneath the badge. This car is a few years old, it has about 90,000 miles on the clock. That means the paint on the outside is fading more than the paint under the badges. So I’m gonna have to polish the surface. When I’m done, I’ll use a Porter Cable 7424XP dual action polisher with a 3” backing plate. I’m also going to use one of our Chemical Guys microfiber cutting pads. And I’ll probably use V36 Optical Grade Cutting Polish to restore the finish underneath.
Like I said, this service is a professional job, so if you’re looking to do this on your car, make sure you have the skills to do this, and make sure you understand the risk that the badges might not come off. I explained the risks to Matt, Matt understands the risk, so we’re gonna get started and debadge this car! The best time to debadge a car is when it’s brand new. The paint is not discolored around or underneath the badge, and the badge actually comes off a lot easier.
Here’s what we’re gonna do. The first thing I’ll do is remove the actual letters. Now I’m gonna do this using the floss and the heat gun. I’ll first heat up the letters of the badge with the heat gun, then pull them off using the floss. Let’s turn on the heat gun, let it heat up for a moment. This is a professional grade heat gun, it gets really hot! I’ll start going. I don’t want to put the heat gun too close, if I get too close I can actually hurt the paint,.
So I’ll be gentle on the badges. I’m feeling the badges to make sure I’m not getting them too hot before I go peel them off. It’s getting really hot! I’ll turn down my heat gun a little bit. Gently heat it up. Stay away from tail lights, you don’t want to overheat the plastic. Let’s try working off the badges. I’ll take some dental floss, we’re using mint dental floss for this one, any type will work. Just wrap it around your hands, and gently start sliding under the badge.
And look! There we go, we got one off. two off. three off. four. five. there we go! All six letters came off real easy! You see how easy the letters came off! Now we have the problem of the glue residue. There’s a couple things you can do with the glue. You can heat it up and rub it off with your fingers, which I’ll try at first, and I’ll actually use a microfiber towel for this. You see how easily the badges came off! I’ll heat it up a little bit again.
This is the trickiest part about the debadging. I’m gonna try working off the glue with a microfiber towel so I don’t scratch the surface. There we go! Boom. Pretty cool, huh After I use this microfiber towel for this, I’ll probably throw it away since it has all this glue inside. But you notice I’m pulling off all the glue with no problem. Now I’ll use a little Chemical Guys NONSENSE, our odorfree and colorfree super cleaner. You can pick it up right on our website ChemicalGuys I’ll take a little bit and rub it on the surface.
Now I’m not too worried about rubbing hard because I’m actually going to polish the surface after. Look at the difference we’re already getting! We are pulling off that badge like it’s nothing! I’m using NONSENSE because I know it won’t stain the paint. It wont harm the surface, and it’s safe on the surface as well. Some people like to use plastic razor blades, there’s another tutorial online that talks about using plastic razor blades. I don’t recommend to use plastic razor blades because even plastic razor blades can scratch paint.
Here at Chemical Guys we want to give you the best method to do this, that won’t harm your car, and that will give the best results. That’s why we make these tutorials just for you! I got one letter off. I’ll go ahead and heat up the other letters so I can remove those as well. If you get them nice and hot, they pull off effortlessly. This one is being a little more stubborn. There we go. Once we break the seal, it pulls right off. We’re getting that A off like it’s nothing!.
Be careful so you don’t burn yourself, you don’t want to get these too hot. I know a lot of people have done these, you’re dealing with a heat gun, this is more advanced detailing. Be careful so you don’t burn yourself. Don’t get the paint too hot. We want you guys to remember safety first when you’re doing this type of job. NONSENSE is doing a great job pulling off the excess glue. I used to like to use glue remover, but I noticed over time that it can harm the paint, or harm other surfaces and stain plastic,.
So I don’t use glue remover anymore. I just like to use Chemical Guys NONSENSE, which does a great job. I got two letters down. Now I’ll take my time and get the other four letters, so watch on camera, I’ll have the camera guys keep rolling. Let me take my time and get the job done. There we go. Okay guys, we have completely removed the PASSAT badge. It’s really easy to do. That’s the coolest thing! I’m a little sweaty, this heat gun is really hot. We’re ready to go ahead and do the polishing.
First I’m going to remove both badges, the PASSAT and the 2.0T, which is the engine size so it’s a completely badgeless look, except for the VW emblem. Now I don’t think you can see this on camera, but there’s what’s called a shadow. The paint around the badges has faded a little bit. This is a metallic black, and black discolors a little bit in the sun. I need to match that because the color where the Passat logo was is darker than the rest of the car. But I’m going to easily be able to correct that using V36 and a microfiber pad.
If not, I’ll be able to color sand it and make it look clean. Before I do that, I’ll debadge the other side now so I can put my heat gun away. I’ll grab some more floss and pull it right off. See you in a moment! I’m almost done removing the last bit from this badge, it comes off real easy. You’ll notice I’m using no heavy cleaners, no glue removers, Just NONSENSE, an allpurpose cleaner. NONSENSE is available on our website ChemicalGuys It can clean carpet, it can clean paintwork, it can clean wheels and tires.
It’s colorfree and odorless, and it does not hurt the surface. I want to take my time and get all the glue off so when I go to polish, it’ll be super easy to do. Sometimes glue is more stubborn than others. This car has some years on it. It’s not brand new, so the glue has had some years to settle into the paintwork. I’ll heat it up a little bit more to finish it off. I’ve done this job on high end Porsches, GTRs and Skylines from Japan, and this job looks very good.
It looks good on Subaru STIs or WRXs. So if you have a Subaru and you want to take off the badges on the trunk, this works great because Subaru doesn’t use holes in those letters. You just have to make sure there’s no holes under the badges on your vehicle, which is kind of difficult to do. You can consult internet chat groups or owners clubs about the car. You can talk to body shops, or look online for the answer. We’re almost done with this side. there we go.
Cool. We got all the glue off, and the 2.0T badge is gone! The paintwork is not harmed in any way. Now I’m going to polish the surface to make sure I don’t have any ghosting. Now ghosting is really hard to see on the camera, even though it’s black paint. It’s super hard to see. Even for me to see, I have to look at the right angle and get very close to see the ghosting. I’ll still show you how to remove the ghosting. I’ll move to the other side that used to say Passat.
And I’ll use a small cutting pad with some polish to restore the surface. Let’s move to the other side. Let’s finish this job off to get a nice pro result on debadging this car! I’ll take some blue painter’s tape and tape up the tail light right here because I want to polish right up to the light, and I don’t want to touch the tail light. Matt actually corrected the tail lights, so they’re already swirlfree and I don’t want to mess them up. So I’m gonna put a few pieces of tape on the bottom of the light.
So I can polish right up to it with the buffer. Now I’ll grab my Porter Cable 7424XP. I took the 5” backing plate off and equipped it with one of our brand new TORQ 3” backing plates. It’s super flexible, and it’ll get right into this tight spot. Now this backing plate, the Porter Cable, NONSENSE, and any other products we used on this tutorial are available at our website ChemicalGuys We have the best pricing and deals on our products! I’ll be using some polish as well. I’ll take my 4” microfiber cutting pad, see it has the Chemical Guys logo on the back,.
And attach it right to the backing plate. That gives me the perfect amount of surface area to polish this car. I’m going to use our V36. If I need more cutting power, I can easily bump it up to V34. I’ve got V34, V32 Compound, and V38. This is a available in a pack on our website ChemicalGuys where you can pick up all of our polishes, all of our compounds that use the highest technology to get the job done. I’m gonna take some V36, and I’m gonna make the cutting power better on this pad.
By using a big ‘X’ and I’ll take my finger and rub it into the pad. This is priming the brand new pad. From our experience, this VW paint is harder than most paints, so we want the full cutting power to remove the ghosting. We’re not polishing heavy to remove swirls, the swirls are already gone, we’re just fixing the ghosting. I’ll give it a quick polish on speed setting 1 and 6 to restore the finish. I’ll put down my machine, grab a microfiber towel to inspect the surface.
See if the ghosting is still there. And there we go, the ghosting is completely gone! It’s like the badge was never there! It’s like the badge didn’t even come from the factory. That’s a complete professional removal, and that’s the result we want you to get. I’ll hop over to the other side and remove the 2.0T ghosting, and I’ll put a little wax or sealant on the car to protect it from any type of damage. So I’ll move to the other side, do it, and then we’ll put some wax on.
Now that we’ve removed the badge and we polished it out, we have a perfect true result. We removed any shadowing effect that the badges left on the surface, and now I want to go ahead and protect it. I’m gonna take some JetSeal. This is our JetSeal paint sealant, the paint sealant is designed to last one year. You can pick it up on our website ChemicalGuys where you can pick up the world’s greatest detailing products. We make all of our detailing products right here in the USA. They’re made in America for MadeInAmerica quality.
I’m using a microfiber towel, I don’t feel the need to use an applicator pad because I’m only using one tiny dot. I’ll spread it on the surface. I’m not gonna seal the whole trunk because Matt might polish the rest of the trunk later. So I’m just gonna seal up that one area so it’s protected against water spots, contamination, or any type of nasty stuff that can hurt the paint. I’ll let this sit for 20 minutes, that’s how long you let JetSeal sit before you remove it. Then I’ll come back, buff it off, and show you those fantastic results.
We’ll see you in a moment. Now we’re back after 20 minutes and the JetSeal is dry. I’ll take a microfiber towel and buff off the JetSeal. Since we put a nice thin coat on, it came off easily. Check out how cool that looks. The whole back of the car looks completely different! We have all the badges removed. This main badge can’t be removed because there’s a big hole right there, but we removed the Passat badge and the 2.0 Turbo badge, and the whole back of the car looks stealth, awesome, and mean!.
This is how professionals remove badges. You don’t have to use plastic razor blades, you don’t have to use harsh chemicals like alcohol, or gasoline, or any type of glue remover. All you need is some dental floss, a heat gun, Chemical Guys NONSENSE, and some light V36 Polish on a machine, or by hand. I like to do it by machine because its fast, it’s easy, and we’ll get the best results we can. If you have any questions, check out our website ChemicalGuys That’s where you can pick up everything we used,.
How to Apply Ultimate Glue on a Porous Surface Elmers Hardware Product FAQ
Creating the ultimate permanent hold can easily be accomplished on porous and nonporous surfaces using Elmer’s Ultimate Glue Polyurethane. Today we’ll show you how to properly apply and clamp the glue on a nonporous surface When working with a nonporous surface like wood begin by cleaning both surfaces you also want to dampen both surfaces before applying a thin line of Elmer’s Ultimate Glue to one surface make sure both surfaces are aligned and you’re going to see some of the foam that’s a natural property of this glue you’ll be able to clean that when the clamp is in place with mineral water.
How to Identify Skin Cancer Signs of Melanoma Carcinoma Skin Cancer
Hello, my name is Dr. Susan Jewell and behalf of Expert Village I’m going to talk to you about signs of skin cancer. Now, in this clip, we’re going to talk to you about one of aggressive form of skin cancer, and that it’s called Melanoma. Now, if we look at this picture here, you can see a picture of a melanoma. And this particular lesion, you could see that it shows all the four A, B, and C, D signs of melanoma or skin cancer. A is representing the asymmetry of the lesion, because the normal mole of skin tags is usually round or very.
Symmetrical. In this melanoma, you can see how asymmetrical it is. The B represents the border, now, in this lesion, you could see the border is very scaloppy, so that’s also the very early sign of changes of skin moles or skin tags turning into skin cancer. The C is the coloration, look at this lesion, if you look at the certain parts of it you can see very uneven coloration or pigmentation, here you can see the very heavily pigmented area and then it gradually comes lighter and lighter to this area here where it’s very.
Very unpigmented so this is also a sign of skin cancer changes. And, D represents the diameter of the lesion. If any lesions or changes that you see in your skin moles or skin tags are more than 6mm which is the cut of point. If its larger than 6mm, then that could also be a sign ominous sign that it can be skin cancer. So, it this lesion, its definitely larger than 6mm. Now, melanoma out of the three types of skin cancer is the most aggressive. And mostly, they can be found anywhere over the body. And you must be able.
Liquid Bandages Could Help ReGrow Skin, Save Lives
BjbjLULU JEFFREY BROWN And to a second science story about developments in growing new tissue to replace damaged skin. Our story was a collaboration by two PBS stations, produced by Perry Stoner of NET Nebraska and narrated by Andrea Kissack of KQEDSan Francisco’s Quest science program. And a warning This story contains some graphic images. ANDREA KISSACK, KQED Leigh Gramke has felt at home on the softball field for as long as she can remember. LEIGH GRAMKE, burn victim Tball when I was like kindergarten, first grade, a long time ago. MAN The shortstop,.
Number 12, Leigh Gramke. ANDREA KISSACK She ended high school as one of the state’s best players, earning a spot in the Nebraska AllStar Game. In December of 2010, life changed for Gramke in many ways. LEIGH GRAMKE I was coming home after a night and just lost control of my car and went into a creek, and the car caught on fire. A couple just happened to be following me and saw my lights disappear and pulled me out of the vehicle and saved my life. ANDREA KISSACK The accident left her with burns on 40 percent of her body and.
Put her on a long road to recovery. In the U.S., about 450,000 people every year require medical treatment for burns. About 45,000 are like Gramke, requiring specialized care at a burn center. DR. DAVID VOIGT, Saint Elizabeth Regional Medical Center What we talk about is the scar formation. ANDREA KISSACK Dr. David Voigt is burn center codirector and surgeon at Saint Elizabeth Regional Medical Center in Lincoln, Nebraska. He says that, currently, the best treatment for serious burns is skin grafting. That’s the progress of using a patient’s own skin from an undamaged part of the body to replaced burned skin.
It’s done by removing a layer fouronethousandthsofaninch thick and hoping it will mesh the two skin layers. DR. DAVID VOIGT We obviously can’t take very thick grafts, or else we cause a wound that won’t heal at the donor site, okay So the thinner the graft when we place it on the burn, the more likely it is to contract a scar. Also, the donor sites, they can contract and scar as well. So that’s the downside. So, if you have a 30 percent burn, you’re going to end up with a 60 percent wound. ANDREA KISSACK And skin grafting, which has been.
The standard treatment for more than 60 years, comes with other concerns. Infections occur during the healing process, and scarring creates problems that are more than just cosmetic. DR. MARK CARLSON, University of Nebraska Medical Center The scar that comes after an injury doesn’t resemble the skin. It doesn’t function like skin. It doesn’t stretch. It doesn’t sweat. ANDREA KISSACK Dr. Mark Carlson is a surgeon with dual appointment at the University of Nebraska Medical Center and Veterans Administration Medical Center in Omaha, Nebraska. His lab is one of thousands around the world attempting to devise better skin replacement techniques.
DR. MARK CARLSON One of the important aspects in wound healing is how much protein, particularly collagen, a cell is going to make to aid in the process of healing. Based on the results we get with these test tube experiments, we then try to optimize the design of the that the skin replacement to put into a living subject. ANDREA KISSACK In his research lab, Carlson is working on a sprayon liquid bandage, which could help address the wound healing challenge. DR. MARK CARLSON The liquid bandage is made of a sugar molecule, a chain of sugar.
Molecules hooked together called a polymer. It forms a backbone or a matrix. The body can absorb this, so it’s not like a cotton bandage, where you have to put on and take off. You can put this bandage on and leave it there. ANDREA KISSACK The liquid bandage research is part of a project funded by the Department of Defense. The goal is to quickly stop blood loss, which could save lives on the battlefield. Carlson’s liquid bandage is successfully doing that on animals in his lab. The white areas on this pig liver are.
Areas where liquid bandage stop bleeding. He calls it a starting point for growing new skin. If he’s able to successfully add cells and growth factors, the bandage could one day also regenerate tissue. DR. MARK CARLSON A lot of people call that the Holy Grail of wound healing. You know, instead of getting a scar, you get regeneration. We’re not there yet, but that’s kind of the big picture. ANDREA KISSACK While Carlson is trying to heal wounds from the skin’s surface, another group of researchers is approaching skin regeneration.
From deep inside the body’s cells. At Nature Technology Corporation in Lincoln, Nebraska, scientists like Clague Hodgson are working with DNA to develop new ways to treat burns or diseases. MAN So, it looks like you got a pretty good yield on this batch. WOMAN Yes, I believe so. ANDREA KISSACK They have developed genetic engineering manufacturing called HyperGrow. It could be a way to dramatically increase the yield of therapies and vaccines to make them affordable for patients who urgently need them. For wound injuries, it could shorten the recovery period. But all research has a long road before any products are approved.
For use in the real world. DR. MARK CARLSON In the last 50 years or so of biomedical research, there’s just numerous examples of therapies which have been touted, then when taken to, say, a large animal model or even to patients, falls completely flat and fails. And then you never hear about it again. ANDREA KISSACK Dr. Carlson isn’t yet sure if his liquid bandage approach will make it that far either. But he’s encouraged by the amount of research addressing the issue in biomedical labs in Nebraska and around the globe. For burn victims.
Like Leigh Gramke, tissue regeneration research could allow them to get back in the game of life much sooner. LEIGH GRAMKE Seeing other people run and going to the gym and doing stuff, I kind of want to do that again. So… ANDREA KISSACK And although Gramke probably won’t be able to resume her college softball career, she’s hoping, by next summer, she will be spending a lot more time playing the game she loves with friends. JEFFREY BROWN You can watch a fulllength version of this report. You will find a link to the KQED Quest.
Remove A Ring Stuck On A Sore Swollen Finger With Dental Floss
Today we are going to learn how to get a suck ring off your finger. If you find that a ring is too tight to pull off all you need is a piece of dental floss and then something to poke it under the ring and what I am going to use today is a nail file. So if I just grab this nail file and try and poke this dental floss under my finger like so there we go. A little bit difficult. There we are its through. I hope this happens quick because.
I’m starting to lose circulation. Then what we need to do is we just need to wrap the knuckle tightly with the dental floss just until you sort of eliminate that bulge and then you want to take the other end that you poked through and unwind the finger and it should start to come off the knuckle. Here we go. it’s still tight.There we are, it should start to come off the knuckle and there you are it’s off. Dental floss a little bit ruined but the ring iws off the finger which is a good thing and there you are you can save.
How to Remove Foundation From Clothes
Last week, I brought you a tip on how to remove lipstick from your garments today, I’m going to show you how to remove foundation. So, I tool one of my favorite shirts and I applied the foundation on the back of my hand like I would on my face and rubbed it onto the back of my hand. And this is a favorite shirt you guys, so I’m not playing when I say that this tip works. Then, I’m going to take a shaving cream, you can use any kind. I’ve tried Ej’s and mine, they both work the same.
I applied it on the areas where the foundation is, and just make sure that you let it sit for a few minutes rub it into the shirt as best as possible, use some elbow grease girl, because you are going to need it. And then, make sure that you rise it with cold water first, and then go back in with more shaving cream and rinse it with hot water. And this is the outcome The same shirt And BAM! So, I hope you enjoyed this tutorial. Give me a LIKE and share with your google! And subscribe to my.
HOW TO REMOVE A WART WITH DUCT TAPE duck tape
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DermTV How to Heal Cracked Fingertips DermTV Epi 125
Music Hello, I’m Dr. Neal Schultz pause and welcome to DermTV. Fingertip cracks are so, so painful but they are amazingly easy to fix, and they are easy to fix with stuff you already have in your medicine cabinet, stuff like BandAids and practically any ointment like Vaseline, petroleum jelly, Aquaphor or even the antibiotic ointments we talk about like bacitracin and Polysporin and, as crazy as this may sound, if you catch that crack real early, Krazy Glue will fix it. In order for you to understand why these things work, you need to understand what’s going on.
Here and what causes them. So I’m going to explain three different facts. First of all, the skin of the tip of your finger is very thick, just like the skin of the palm. Second, any time fluid comes into something, it gets larger, just like when you sprain your ankle. The ankle swells up because of all of the fluid that comes in to help heal it and, on the other hand, when you lose fluid from something, it shrinks and shrivels. That’s how a grape goes to a raisin. And third, in the wintertime, the temperature is.
Lower, the humidity is lower and there is much more evaporation of water from all parts of our skin. So, let’s start with this representing the curve of the tip of your finger and the thickened skin. You can see this little line. This line represents a crack. That crack can come from a simple scratch, just over drying of the skin or any other trauma that happens to the skin. But you get a crack. The surface of that crack then loses some water by evaporation. Because the skin is so thick, there is more water being lost at the top than at the.
Bottom. As a result, the crack starts to open. Well, now the inner part of the skin is exposed so the fluid, because of the lower temperature and humidity, can evaporate from there and, as it evaporates, it pulls a raisin deal on us, it shrivels up, so the inner parts of this crack shrivel up and pull apart from each other and they keep pulling further apart as more and more water is lost. It’s a little bit like a positive feedback cycle because, as you lose more water, it opens up more, it exposes more of that.
Inner skin but look at what else is happening, it’s getting deeper and, as it gets deeper, it starts to hit nerve fibers and that’s why it’s so painful. So how do you fix this Just stop the leak, and we stop the leak of that inner fluid by putting bacitracin or Polysporin or any of those other ointments I mentioned right into the crack and then covering it with a BandAid. The BandAid and the ointment prevent the natural fluids inside from evaporating. As a result, the fluid accumulates inside and, as it.
Accumulates, it causes swelling of the inner walls of the crack and,s as they swell, they move closer and closer together until they touch each other. It becomes less deep, less painful and, as a result of the two sides coming together, it actually heals. This process only takes 24 days of using your ointment and BandAids 247 for it to actually heal. And the reason you can’t use Krazy Glue when it’s deep and open like this is the Krazy Glue will go in too deep and it will hurt but if you use the Krazy.