Haha, nah he's trying to rip you off. You can do it for free yourself, just keep reading these forums. Although I really don't get the desire to debadge cars, seems kinda ricey to me...but anyway, it's not my truck! :cheers:
Hey man. Dont pay that, that is bogus. Like others said you can do the hair-dryer fishing line technique or I just did mine and used a pressure washer first. Just spray all around the badge and get it the goo tape underneath soaked. Then I wrapped a shop rag around a plastic trowel and pride the emblem off and most of the tape came off. I did both ways and find the power washer and trowel works best. But either works! Good luck and just be patient.
Listen... After you heat and use the fishing line.....
1. Put the adhesive remover on and let it sit to work
2. Wipe and loosen any adhesive that will come off easily
3. Reapply more adhesive remover, let it sit, wipe loosen, and coninue this process till it's all gone
NO HARSH SCRUBBING... LET THE ADHESIVE REMOVER DO THE WORK.
I used to own a detail center if that helps. Do it your selfers used to make me money! Be Gentle