Most cars that are produced have some sort of emblem or car ornament installed on the hood of the car and even on the truck. This includes BMW. If you own a BMW, you may find that you want to remove the emblem from the car. This may be because you are selling the car and want to keep a part of it, or you are performing maintenance on the car and need to remove everything from the hood. Whatever the reason, you can remove the emblem without much effort.
Things You'll Need
- Credit card
Slide the credit card under the edge of the BMW emblem. This isn't so much to remove the emblem as it is to avoid scratching the car while you remove it.
Slide a thin flat-head screwdriver under the emblem but over the credit card. Push the screwdriver in as far as it can fit. You may need to gently hammer the screwdriver into place.
Pry the screwdriver up carefully. As the emblem begins to pull up push the driver down closer to the middle of the logo.
Continue to pry up until the emblem pops up off the car.
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