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Old 10-29-2008, 12:28 AM   #22
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if you're careful about taping the moldings it can turn out pretty decent, but he's asking about taking them off because that's doing it the 'right way'. in answer to his question, sometimes there are clips that pop the molding into the door. nearly all hondas are like that. there is also double sided molding tape that helps hold them on. some other types of moldings are only held on by the tape.

removing them is a combination of gentle prying, scraping, razor blading, and popping clips from the inside. then you have to use an eraser wheel on the panel to remove the old glue. they can be tough, but you're guaranteed a perfect finish if you take em off. then you dont have to spend time taping either.
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