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Old 15th August 2008, 09:53   #91
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NO WAY... the dents on my Gypsy's bonnet were similar and it did not work.

You need bigger dents man.
Man, I thought you would say "I need a different treatment" But you say
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Guys here is the List of Dry Ice Dealers in Mumbai - Dry Ice Dealers

Now go out there and remove all of them!!
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Old 15th August 2008, 10:48   #93
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i have a fairly large but mostly unnoticeable dent on my santro's right rear we can try it on that - i am not joining the pondy meet though!!
so this dentking is what some spray or something that makes the dent pop out
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Old 15th August 2008, 11:16   #94
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SOme guy does this without using dry ice at all. See video.

Paintless Dent Removal Philadelphia, PA Dent Repair - JOHNNY DENTS
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Old 30th November 2008, 12:42   #95
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SOme guy does this without using dry ice at all. See video.

Paintless Dent Removal Philadelphia, PA Dent Repair - JOHNNY DENTS
Wow it looks so easy how that guy repaired the dent so easily,but seems like you need a lot of practise for doing that because he measured the depth of the dent then did something to repaire it, quite a complicated process done so easily.
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Old 30th November 2008, 16:44   #96
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This dry ice technique thread just caught my attention. So what is the summary folks one year old thread, 7 pages of discussion but no single first had success in t-bhp?

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SOme guy does this without using dry ice at all. See video.

Paintless Dent Removal Philadelphia, PA Dent Repair - JOHNNY DENTS
Is this the same stuff that Honda used to repair the dent cars in their factory?
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Old 30th November 2008, 20:02   #97
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I got "Pops-a-dent" bought via teleshopping rest in my house .sure ,it is useful for medium size bents.but the glue gun they provided is substandard quality
they gave a "scratch out" liquid also with that!

Pops-A-Dent Car Dent Removal System
However ,for small dents ,it is struggling

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Old 1st December 2008, 00:07   #98
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I got "Pops-a-dent" bought via teleshopping rest in my house .sure ,it is useful for medium size bents.but the glue gun they provided is substandard quality
they gave a "scratch out" liquid also with that!

Pops-A-Dent Car Dent Removal System
However ,for small dents ,it is struggling
Saw the video at the website looks to be a non-invasive procedure. Is such a tool available in the market?
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^it is available.many hindi channels show this as "dent repair" etc.
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Old 1st December 2008, 07:41   #101
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Please anyone try out the dry ice tratment.. I have a small dent on my innova near the tail light.
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Old 8th February 2009, 22:19   #102
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Heres a video of the same thing, though this guy is using liquid CO2 instead of dry ice.
It shows it actually working.

Remove Car Dent With Airduster - Video

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Old 2nd May 2009, 14:07   #103
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Came across a mechanical device on ebay. Interested to know if any of our TBHP member have tried this. Here is the link.

eBay India: NEW Car Dent Ding Remover-Hail Damage Suction Puller (item 320363662252 end time 02-May-2009 19:24:00 IST)
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Old 2nd May 2009, 16:52   #104
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Dry Ice is liquid CO2.
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Dry Ice is solid CO2! Hence the name, "ice".

It has the peculiarity of going from solid to gas without becoming a liquid on the way, hence the name "dry".
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