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i dont know if this is already on here, but i thought i would post it anyways.

this involves using a hair dryer and a can of compressed air or dry ice. shouldnt damage paint.

heat dented area with hair dryer for about a minute.

turn can of compressed air upside down and spray dent for about 10 seconds, or rub on dry ice.

should pop out.

wait for the ice to melt off.

wipe off with clean rag or towel.

thats it.

i dont take credit for this, i saw it on youtube.

here is the link:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q0UAUBE-Hmg
 

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didnt notice that post. oops. :4-dontknow:

i dont know if it will work on a dent that small. but i am sure if the metal is creased it wont work. something about the metal already being reshaped and wont go back, could be wrong on that though. the simple dent with out creases is just popping back into original form. kinda makes sense. LOL
 
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