Debadging: GMC Denali opts for the clean look

Debadging: GMC Denali opts for the clean look

Auto makers these days seem to put more badges on new cars & truck than a Fleet Admiral. While some may be fitting, many of them are large, chrome, and tacky, which has lead to the increasing popularity of “Debadging”.

In the video above, Auto Fetish Detail takes us through a debadging tutorial using a 2014 GMC Denali to show how to perform car emblem removal for the “do-it-yourselfer” looking for professional level results. He also adds car polishing tips while using the Griot’s Garage DA buffer along with Menzerna car polishes.

So what do you think looks better? Badges or no badges?





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