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Dry ice for dents

Discussion in 'Detailing' started by ScottD3, Jul 21, 2011.

  1. ScottD3
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    ScottD3 I want your faulty electronics

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    ScottD3 I want your faulty electronics

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    Or this
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    Where can I get dry ice?
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    ScottD3 I want your faulty electronics

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    Not a clue mate.
    I'm off to my local Bio vault and talk to a friend there and see if I have some of there's.
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    Westy Double Dark Side! Diesel & 8P

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    wow, I've never seen anything like that before.

    I like the way they have dry ice in super markets in the US!
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    I've tried the second method, on my golf mk2, it didn't work very well, made a couple of dents slightly better, but nothing like the results seen on you tube. I think it works better on newer cars cos panels are much thiner, and it doesnt work on anything thats creased.
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    CMD Pointing Forward's!!!!!!!!!

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    No way. There are also video's on you tube showing dent removal being done with pop corn..

    This is the only 100% safe way to remove dent's and ding's with no gimmicks and no body shop.
    Use a professional dent guy who has years of experience ...no cowboys[​IMG]

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