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Rupx

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Dent removal
« on: 22:18, Thu 21 July 2011 »
Hi, have any of you had any success with having dings and dents removed on their 5's from companys like dent master etc? Reason being a have a few ripples and dents that don't really warrant a body shop full respray . Is it easier as the metal work is paper thin or harder to put right ? Cheers  :mrgreen:

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Re: Dent removal
« Reply #1 on: 13:51, Tue 26 July 2011 »
Get a hairdryer and a can of compressed air. Check youtube ;)

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Re: Dent removal
« Reply #2 on: 22:24, Tue 26 July 2011 »
Does that work on metal panels? I've seen a video of it on a plastic bootlid.

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Re: Dent removal
« Reply #3 on: 09:47, Wed 27 July 2011 »
Supposedly so mate! Never tried it myself but youtube never lies lol.

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Re: Dent removal
« Reply #4 on: 10:22, Wed 27 July 2011 »
Yeah, there are only a few things you can trust in this world, but youtube is one of them!

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Re: Dent removal
« Reply #5 on: 18:45, Wed 27 July 2011 »
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Yeah, there are only a few things you can trust in this world, but youtube is one of them!

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Re: Dent removal
« Reply #6 on: 23:40, Wed 27 July 2011 »
I am defiantly going to try that  :lol: