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I have a dent in drivers door and thinking of using dent removal firm to get it out.Has any one had a dent removed,what sort of result did u get and what did it cost ? thanks alot

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dents can be pulled fairly easily witout the need for painting depending on the size and location ive seen some whacking big dents pulled without touching the paint

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I have a dent in drivers door and thinking of using dent removal firm to get it out.Has any one had a dent removed,what sort of result did u get and what did it cost ? thanks alot

What area are you ? I have got 3 dents in mrs fiesta being removed Saturday - class job !!!

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how about a home remedy! - Hairdryer, and dry ice!

I managed to pull a dent from a car, by heating the area with a hairdryer on full speed, just let the body around the dent get as hot as it can, then whack on a brick of dry ice. The sudden contraction of the metal means that the deant pulls itself out. All it cost me was a tenner for a block of dry ice, and about 10 minutes electric usage on the hairdryer!

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hi seen jobs done by both dent master and chips away both A1 and recomended mom and dad had a gouge of the garage door right down th the metal on a brand new nissan note and i defy anyone to see the repair thats how good they are.

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thanks for your replys, just had dent master out.well pleased with it.Took him 2 hours but u would never now it was there

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thanks for your replys, just had dent master out.well pleased with it.Took him 2 hours but u would never now it was there

Was it expensive?

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how about a home remedy! - Hairdryer, and dry ice!

I managed to pull a dent from a car, by heating the area with a hairdryer on full speed, just let the body around the dent get as hot as it can, then whack on a brick of dry ice. The sudden contraction of the metal means that the deant pulls itself out. All it cost me was a tenner for a block of dry ice, and about 10 minutes electric usage on the hairdryer!

That's an innovative solution!

Does it affect the paintwork in any way?

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Price was 75 + vat,talked him into doing for 60 cash.Not to sad for 2 hours solid work.He even wet and dryed the small scratches, polished and waxed. U would never know it was there.

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When I did it there was no pain damage, as long as you spread the heat, rather than focus on one bit of paint, it heats the area, and not a dead spot, you are supposed to heat an inch or so around the dent anyway, it worked really well, but for £60 cash in hand, tyler you didnt do too badly! how did you get him down from 75+VAT to £60???

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