removing a small dent from a car door
Would be interested to hear the reply to this too. I have a small golf ball sized dent on our car. It’s not very obvious but I can see it in certain lights so it annoys me. Something to ‘pop’ it out might be useful.
People that dent cars in car park are really annyoing. I’ve also got a mark on the drivers door from some idiot who cleraly has those reflectors on their doors, and opened their door onto our car. Grrr. 👿Posted 6 years ago
out last night get back to the car park to discoverPosted 6 years ago
some trumpet has left a 1 inch dent on my rear passenger door
had a look online for some advise to fix it cheaply dont want to take it to the body shop skinto just now
found the Simoniz pop a dent remover looks ok,anyone have any experience of it?
also a hairdryer dry ice combo on you tube looked pretty simple again anyone tried this?bigsurferMember
Their used to be a dent remover in Bolton that used to work from a carpark on saturdays he was very reasnoble he took 3 small dents from one side of my car for about £40. Maybe you could look for somebody similar. Its not as simple as one tool fixes all dents he had a huge number of specially bent peices of metal etc many home made. It was like watching an artist at work.Posted 6 years agowillyboyMember
If you need to get at the back of the dent most car door trims are very easy to take off. I worked for Autoglass one summer and was suprised how easy it is to remove the trim. You will then have access to the back of the dent to push it out.
If you have a traditional window winder (as opposed to electric windows) these just pull off. Some door handles may be screwed on – if this is the case you normally have to lever a small cover off to get at the screws. Once the handle/ winder are off you can normally just prise the trim off.Posted 6 years ago
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