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Removing Small Dents

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Has anyone tried this before??

Heating up the area of the dent with a hair dryer for about 1 min then spraying the area with a compressed areosol upside down so only very cold air comes out?

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I have a small dent in the read drivers side door and was thinking about giving it a go??

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TBH you may well be waisting your time - its the same principle as the dry ice vid that was posted a few weeks ago. but hey its worth a shot !

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Either way it looks impressive.

Let us know the outcome if you give it ago.

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Has anyone tried this before??

Heating up the area of the dent with a hair dryer for about 1 min then spraying the area with a compressed areosol upside down so only very cold air comes out?

Link to video

I have a small dent in the read drivers side door and was thinking about giving it a go??

Doesn't work on small dents. I tried it on a small dent (about 1"-2") on the roof of my IS200 and wasted two cans of aerosol :( . Apparently only works on large dents and even then depends on section thickness and what's behind the panel e.g. sound insulation or support braces. The larger the dent the smaller the ratio between dent surface area and metal panel section thickness.

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