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    Hmmmm, might be worth a shot if you are already sending your car to the body shop.
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    i have a dent on the hood where the latch sits..it sucks cuzz i got this dent on the freeway a freakin 4X4 wood from the other side of the freeway flew in the air and hit my hood and bumper...4 weeks after i got my bumper replaced and painted from an accident... i guess it serves me right i was driving in the car pool lane goin 80....tried other suction products..doesnt work ..i even dry ice?? i know...maybe i need to drill a hole and hammer it out??
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    These are what professionals use. You have to locate the dent and push it out it by removing any interior pieces (door panel, headliner, etc.). It works; trust me. They can be found here: http://www.pdr-tools.com/Tool_Kits.asp

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    Quote Originally Posted by mapid145 View Post
    i also heard of another way.. u blast it with heat and then u freeze it with liquid nitrogen

    dont quote me on that though... coulda been for something else
    heat it with HEAT GUN/BLOWDRIER then spray keyboard cleaner on it (hold the can upside down) worked for a few dents for me. might take a few tries

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    Quote Originally Posted by dwjp90 View Post
    heat it with HEAT GUN/BLOWDRIER then spray keyboard cleaner on it (hold the can upside down) worked for a few dents for me. might take a few tries
    yea i saw some vids like that but wasnt sure they were legit.i might have to try that out sometime. and how big were the dents it fixed?



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    i tried that heat gun/ co2 spray, it dosnt work well for me at-least. I used a whole can of dust off too
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    Quote Originally Posted by dwjp90 View Post
    heat it with HEAT GUN/BLOWDRIER then spray keyboard cleaner on it (hold the can upside down) worked for a few dents for me. might take a few tries
    yeaaa that didn't work for me...

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    I recently got into a car accident. I got a quote from the insurance company saying the damage is just above a $1000 the only thing that realy needs to be fixed is the front bumper. A new one is around $200.00, i was hopeing i could just pop the big dent out. any tricks you guys have used in the past? im going to try the hair dryer method tommorow.

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    The hair drier dent trick only works on some dents

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    i went the hair dryer method to loosen the body up and then a block of wood to help bring put the dent. after i used a little hammer and kind of like a needle looking thing to bring out the high spots. the hot and cold method useing co2 did not do anything for me.

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