Left my kona out in the sun and gently rocked the KONA letters back and forth and they came off mostly clean.. then some goo gone..I debadge my Kona and used a hair dryer and fishing line and Goo gone to remove the residue !
Left my kona out in the sun and gently rocked the KONA letters back and forth and they came off mostly clean.. then some goo gone..
KONA letters too W I D E and too much bling for my taste against a dark gray... The front hyundai emblem on the black grill needs to be
painted or coated black.. my next thing to do..
lol.. I pray I won't ever act my age, especially after reaching the 6th floor. After many years and cars... This is the first one I ever Debadged. Removed the KONA letters, too WIDE and too much bling against the dark silver for my taste. The front badge is LOUD against that black grill.. Hopefully hyundai wont void my warranty or mistake my kona for another model... :smile_big:cmon now bad papa.....not sure what age group you fall into, but debadging and altering badges are reserved for those that are 25 and under. Like fart cans....30 and under....skateboards 23 and under.....skinny or bejewelled jeans are a federal offense in all states or should be. Whats next? Ears tucked in your cap?
Age appropriate behavior is always cool.
Check your Kona owners manual for clarification of state by state bylaws for badge removal/alteration. I'm just teasing....to each their own. :smile: