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Any tips on dent removal?

Post by Chet4Cat1997 on 7/13/2010, 20:26

Well i got my car with a few/ALOT of dingage to the passanger side let alone my little deer incident *Ahem* and its pretty ugly on that side wondering if anyone has tips to dent removal theres about 2 big dents and alot of little guys ive got tips from friends about a plunger and soapy water for big dents and drill/pull for the little ones then paint over this all sounds good but seems weird just seeing what other people have tried i would goto dealer but short on cash!


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Re: Any tips on dent removal?

Post by yomincarr on 8/30/2010, 20:46

well my customers at Autozone swear by the "Pops a dent" they say it works really well...personally i have no experience with it but when i do it ill let everyone know. i think it goes for like 20$. Hope that helps and let me know if it does or doesn't work.
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Post by Luke_Roland on 8/30/2010, 22:39

YouTube "dent removal" and you'll find a few ideas. A while back a buddy of mine used dry ice to remove some small hail damage. He said it worked pretty well. Be cautious though, many dent removal techniques can result in paint damage or discoloration.
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Post by CateraMV6 on 11/18/2010, 20:27

Dent removal can be achieved through use of heating and cooling of the pannel... so if you got door dings let the car sit in the sun in the summer then touch the dent with dry ice and you can get the dent to pop back out due to metal shrinkage...
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