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What glue to fix boot Toyota badge back on? (2001 Avensis estate)


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Noticed it hanging by a thread of the manufacturers gum/glue, lucky it was still there really.

Cleaned the gum based glue off the boot paintwork with WD40 (seriously good for gum removal). But what to stick the Badge back on with?

Maybe CT1 from Travis Perkins? These new DIY adhesive sealents are supposed to be pretty good?

Any thoughts?

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Clean the paint with turps, to remove WD40 residue, and use 3M double sided tape to stick it back on :thumbsup:

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Not sure that will work, the design of the Badge won't really allow it.

Struggling to find a new one at a reasonable price. New ones are like hens teeth. Hardly any change from £30!

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Logo. It's just a lattice, hollowed out behind to take glue. There is no part wide enough let alone flat enough totake tape.

 

Just saw some £40 and £44 on Amazon.

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  • 4 weeks later...
On 1/21/2021 at 6:11 PM, flash22 said:

Most badges use 3M VHB foam tape, is it the Avensis, Toyota badge ? or the logo ?

Clean the badge and area with IPA (isopropyl alcohol) as it leaves no residue

£8 https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Genuine-Toyota-Avensis-Badge-New-sealed-7544505060-/293579700158

£10 https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Genuine-New-TOYOTA-BACK-DOOR-BADGE-Rear-Boot-Emblem-For-Avensis-T22-1997-2003/280839716611?hash=item416359ff03:g:KrMAAOSwPCVX66WT

£10.50 is a sedan one

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Toyota-emblem-badge-75431-05030/193630029568?hash=item2d153fc700:g:qokAAOSwOBJfPQNy?

Sedan version looks right but am not on eBay.

 

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