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I ALWAYS park at the end of the parking lot.. Except this parking lot is on an angle..... I went inside for five minutes. Came out and a cart hit my car -_-. Being short on money at the moment and angry. I seen a few people with mixed results popping dings with heat and cold. They use a hairdryer and either dry ice ($5 a pound).. YouTube - ‪Car Dent Removal with Hair Dryer and Compressed Air‬‏. Let me know what you guys think.. I'm thinking about doing it. I got a quote and it was going to be $90 to $130. Which isn't bad but money I would like to keep.

This guy used popcorn!
http://youtu.be/W4LjiCwQKAM
 

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My local Ford dealer has a dent removal specialist who comes in to take the dents out of their trade-ins. I used him one time and the results were quire good and cost about $50. If you are on good terms with a car dealer you might see if they will work in your car. They know how to do this so it doesn't show. Chances are this will come out and you won't even know where it was. Body work is something best left to the pros.
 

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I thinking about it but I don't know where to find dry ice..
 

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The dry ice method normal is just a waste of time..
sorry to say

It would be better to call a dent removal guy..
normally most guys will do small door dings for 40 or 50 dollars..
I'd look around for local guys!
 

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actually this does work, but only on large dents that can normally be pressed out form the backside.
 

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PS: the video is fake. there's a guy inside the car that pushed the dent out. Sorry
Lol thanks :p It's only about the size of a penny and I told the dude a quarter... So I'll look around once I get my money sorted out.
 
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