Audi's are representation of supreme German automotive engineering. A pride in ownership; a classy choice and elegant lifestyle are attributes commonly associated with Audi. There are few things in life as perfect as an Audi Q5, Audi A6, Audi S4, Audi A8 or any of the Audi vehicles ever built.
When you own something as exquisite and pure as an Audi the onus to maintain and keep it in shape is always much more. A single dent in your Audi can be like a mark on your persona. It's not always futile to swell on your vain side, a part as small as the Audi emblem which has nothing to do with how your Audi drives if blotched can be an eyesore on your perfectly maintained Audi.
The four overlapping rings have a pride associated with them and you would never want them to lose their sheen. Your Audi emblem never demands too much of an attention from you. All an Audi emblem requires is routine cleaning and polishing particularly after an encounter with water.
Strategically located on the exterior of your Audi the overlapping rings add to the styling of your Audi and make the branding more appealing. Being on the exterior makes the Audi emblem vulnerable, it gets to face the heat, the dirt, rain and may be also an impact. It is very much possible that your Audi emblem may get bruised in case of an impact or gets rusty with time. It is never a good idea to drive with a faulty emblem and certainly is bad style statement. Like the perfect Audi, the emblem which is paramount to the brand should always be bright and shiny. A replacement Audi emblem costs as low as $40, so why compromise with your old and rusty emblem? You can get the Audi emblem delivered to your doorstep through any of the trusted auto parts selling website on the internet. What more, replacing a faulty Audi emblem is very easy and can be done by you using some household accessories. Here is how:
You will need a hair dryer (it's used as replacement for the heat gun used in workshops) and a plastic spatula (a credit card or any similar object with blunt edge would do), screw driver, piece of cloth and 3m emblem adhesive. Check whether the emblem is screwed or is simply glued. Check at the rear of your Audi emblem, raise the hood or trunk, if you find a screw right behind the emblem, unscrew and dismount the emblem. While no screw, it means the emblem is probably held by the adhesive only. You'll need the hair dryer now. Use the hair dryer to focus on the emblem and heat it. Use the spatula or a credit card, slip it beneath your Audi emblem, the emblem will come off. Some of the adhesive might still be left, leaving a mark on your car, further heat with the hair dryer and rub it off, clean with hot water. Wipe and dry the surface with a piece of cloth. Now apply the 3m emblem adhesive on the surface of your Audi and also at back face of the Audi emblem. Position the emblem cautiously over the surface and fix it. The final step needs a bit precaution, a wrongly positioned or a tilted emblem can never be a good style statement. Wait few hours before you set to drive.