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Another way and it was simple ,a thin blade long and flexible , one of those you can keep snapping off to renew the tip , and some spray oil to allow it to move and a slight levering away from the tank with finger nails
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Hello

It looks easier, yes... but more dangerous for the side panels...

I've removed my logos with a thin iron cable tied on two pieces of wood, which acted as handles to pull the wire behind the logo. And, previously, I put some scotch tape all around the logo to protect the side panel.
Yes was going to do the cheese wire thing , but wasn't concerned about damage to panels as am respraying them , but just to put your mind at rest it didn't leave a single blemish , it's a hard finish that a blade at such a tangent just doesn't affect tape also helps , nice one though


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Well it's different for now
Yes was going to do the cheese wire thing , but wasn't concerned about damage to panels as am respraying them , but just to put your mind at rest it didn't leave a single blemish , it's a hard finish that a blade at such a tangent just doesn't affect tape also helps , nice one though


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I kept snapping my fishing line. I used an inner strand of 550 paracord and it sawed through the adhesive much more easily than the fishing line.
 
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