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GOT A SMALL DENT BY REAR WHEEL FENDER... What is the best way to get it taken out???

 
Old 09-22-2008, 05:48 PM
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GOT A SMALL DENT BY REAR WHEEL FENDER... What is the best way to get it taken out???

No paint damage and no scratch is visible, which makes me even think it was caused by stress to the rear of the body when hitting a dip or bump or somehthing...

But it is very slight and can only be seen if I look from the rear of the car, exactly parallel to it...

Can this be just pulled out 1/8 of an inch if i get the right tool like some strong magnet or something?

the area it is on is flat...

any tips?

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any tips?

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oooh... good idea....

care to give any more details on the specifics??

will it take off paint?
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oooh... good idea....

care to give any more details on the specifics??

will it take off paint?
I saw a vidio that was posted on this website. Dry ice was placed in a rag then held against the paint for a minute or two & the dent slowly popped out.
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Man... why experiment? Just go to a paintless dent removal professional. They'll use a little tool to massage out the dent. My girlfriend's brother does it. It works great.
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