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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 08-10-2010, 10:06 PM Thread Starter
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How to Remove Dent

found this on another forum. seems to work. im gonna try it this week and post pictures later

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It depends on the dent... If its a gradual dent in a large flat or slightly curved panel, it will most likely pop out. If its on a creased line, no way.

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awesome...might have to try that

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that will work as long as the dint isnt creased... which means the metal is stretched or something like that lol
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yeah i hear ya but im still gonna try it. so i will post a thread with pics later on in the week

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heat from the sun will likely put the dent back in it

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yeah i hear ya but im still gonna try it. so i will post a thread with pics later on in the week
hmmm i got a couple dents on my hood i might go try this on.
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hmmm i got a couple dents on my hood i might go try this on.
what's the worst that can happen. the dent is gonna pop back in. so the trick was a failure but its worth a shot.

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