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Discussion in 'A3/S3 Forum (8L Chassis)' started by 02audis3, Mar 2, 2010.
Have a soft dent on bonnet paint is fine. about 5 inch any ideas?
Last option is a dent place,
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Richard Hammond Technique?
bit of wood then slam it
No less ridiculous than the first two suggestions!
I am a dent guy,Cut the glue on the bracing underneath where the dent is.Dent should pop out.Reseal the bracing job done. Save your self about £100. Well that's what i would charge anyway :icon_thumright:
Very Intresting. http://www.wisebread.com/remove-car-...ly-and-cheaply number2.
Were would i source a can of to try this. worth a go
on the bay, it's where i am looking as we type. I have a dent on my roof that i would like gone, and at a fiver its worth a bash
Q- Can i use this Air Duster to remove dents in my car. Apparently if you heat the dent area with a hairdryer then spray with an 'air duster containing carbon dioxide' the dent will come out. Is it possible to use this product? see link http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0oQpks0ZsUM thanks - N
Answer- This should be absolutely fine
Thats from malpins selling it.
Saw this ages back. Can't help but think it's a little opstimistic that a change in heat like that will have the force to pop a dent. added to that the fact the metal actually stretches when it gets a dent in it (which is why you'll never get a fairly serious dent completely flat again)...
Apparently you can also use popcorn lol
Fill the car with it and put the heaters on until the dent pops put from the pressure on the inside?
Something like that, this guy literally threw it into the wing through holes where the door hinges are and turned the engine on. Not sure if its a joke or not lol.
No way, popcorn will never push out a dent on a Audi panel, you need a good dent guy. ... popcorn
take it a bodyshop and get it done properly. lol :icon_thumright:
I love the way how i have given free advise on how to repair the dent for yourself and nobody has acknowledged what i have wrote.
O the joy of the forum
Here is my website if anybody wants to check out some of the large dents i have repaired before
I did but I like the idea of having popcorn at the same time
Guys the heat up, cool down rapidly DOES NOT WORK. Tried it, it failed, cursed the £5 I spent on CO2.
It does work but just depends on what kind of dent it is.
Tried it on my Clio, father's S4 and RS4, mums cars, few colleague and friends cars and no luck. Really did try it to death!
Personally I would use your services or similar in the area. Doing something like this without prior experience or knowledge would be too risky for me.
pro type service (like yours) without question
Nice pictures and work on the repairs by the way