Remove it, sand it down, paint it, and then reinstall it.whats the best way to paint the Mazda logo on the trunk? I have heard its a pain because its chrome, and the paint doesnt seem to want to hold. I have a Lapis Blue Mazda 6, and im kinda going for the black and blue setup on my car.
I don't have a price for just the holes unfortunately. When I had it in the shop I also had them install my AutoExe front bumper which included removing the license plate mold and reinforcing it with fiberglass. I also had them paint and install my eyelids. For the 3 things I ended up paying just under 1500. I actually have them doing stuff to my 6 right now. I'll ask him what it would be to do just the trunk. It won't be cheap because rather than just fill the holes, I had them weld them shut and then repaint the whole trunk lid.
IMO, if you have two 6's and one has a painted black flying M, and the other has two holes in his trunk, I would def like the painted black flying M. That's just me though. The holes would stick out like a sore thumb.
Don't know if anyone mentioned it or not. Heat up the emblem with a heat gun first to reactivate the glue. Then pull the emblem off. This will also work if you want to put the emblem back on (so long as the adhesive isn't too dirty). Just be careful not to get it too hot or you run the risk of bubbling your paint or melting the (I'm assuming plastic) emblem.anyone have any luck getting the large Mazda logo off the trunk. if so how, I got the Mazda and the 6 off with fishing line but not much luck with the logo.