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Pop out your door dings easily!

Saw a video of this being done awhile back, and after seeing it I was impressed. The basic of it you heat up the metal around the door ding with a heatgun or blowdryer, and once you get the metal heated up hot enough, you quench it down with some liquid CO2 straight out of an air duster. Hold the can upside down and keep spraying until the whole area is covered in frost and keep going a few extra seconds for good measure.

The liquid CO2 does zero damage to paint, and it evaporates off in minutes, leaving a small amount of condensation for you to wipe off.

Try it out! I did and it got rid of every one of my door dings except two were the metal was actually creased in.

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ya you can do the same thing with dry ice which is maybe frozen co2??? idk but ya it just shrinks the metal basically.

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pretty cool might have to try it


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Re: Pop out your door dings easily!

Id like to try it. But man id hate something to go wrong and watch it fukk my paint up. I might hold off on this one. Seems like a good idea.

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with a dent that big and dull with no creases you can push it out from the inside...as long as you can reach it..


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hmmm this is interesting.
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You guys definately have to try it out. I was definately skeptical at first, but I got rearended at a stoplight awhile back and it put a pretty big dent in my bumper. I figured I'd test it out on the bumper since I'll be going for a rollpan soon, and it didn't damage the paint at all.

After seeing it didn't damage the paint I went around to the 6 door dings I had and it popped em all out. The only thing I've noticed is that if the dent is creased at all it normally won't work.

But hell, 5$ for a can and theres a pretty good chance it'll pop out most of the dings without any damage. Try it!

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http://www.s10forum.com/forum/f42/shit-possible-288337/

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You guys definately have to try it out. I was definately skeptical at first, but I got rearended at a stoplight awhile back and it put a pretty big dent in my bumper. I figured I'd test it out on the bumper since I'll be going for a rollpan soon, and it didn't damage the paint at all.

After seeing it didn't damage the paint I went around to the 6 door dings I had and it popped em all out. The only thing I've noticed is that if the dent is creased at all it normally won't work.

But hell, 5$ for a can and theres a pretty good chance it'll pop out most of the dings without any damage. Try it!
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Yea i'm sure you all remember how to pop your locks with a hole in a tennis ball.
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damn bumper too? i have a small dent but the steel looks so thick it wont "pop" out anymore
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locks with a hole in tennis ball? haha enlighten me cause my truck is locked and i have to wait til my wife gets home any way

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It should work if it is a simple dent with no creases.
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Re: Pop out your door dings easily!

Or how about the one where if you have a spare remote at home for your alarm. You call home. Have someone push your unlock button while you hold the phone next to the truck. Hahaha. I might try this. Ive got a few door dings.

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I'll have to give this a try on my daily driver.
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Seems pretty cool. Anyone else try it?
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The only possible damage occuring I see is heating it up to much. This should work on dents from little bumps etc. Makes the metal a little softer then the cooling pulls the metal back together where the bump streatched it out a little. I saw them do this in the auto body shop. I saw someone use one of those "Ding kings" to, and it actually works on the dents that are not creased at all, and hurts like hell if you stick it on your chest and have someone turn the suction on and pull, cool noise though.

If it's possible to pop the dent by taking the door paneling off, this method should work, and save the time of stripping the door just to give it a little tap from the inside.

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im waiting for someone to come on here and sey they tried it and now the whole side of there truck is warped

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I'd like to see what it really looks like. maybe the majority of the dent is gone but I bet it's no where near straight.

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I'm definately gonna try this! I just recently got a few dents from me being careless. When I try it out, I'll get pics and show the results.

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yeah cool, but the small dent in the corner of the door is still there .
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My g/f's car has a couple non creased dents. Might give this a shot today to see if it'll fix it.

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The only possible damage occuring I see is heating it up to much. This should work on dents from little bumps etc. Makes the metal a little softer then the cooling pulls the metal back together where the bump streatched it out a little. I saw them do this in the auto body shop. I saw someone use one of those "Ding kings" to, and it actually works on the dents that are not creased at all, and hurts like hell if you stick it on your chest and have someone turn the suction on and pull, cool noise though.

If it's possible to pop the dent by taking the door paneling off, this method should work, and save the time of stripping the door just to give it a little tap from the inside.
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Yea i'm sure you all remember how to pop your locks with a hole in a tennis ball.

Please, enlighten me. I have to have my mom take me to school this week because my keys got locked in and i figured instead of calling a locksmith, i could ask you guys.

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Please, enlighten me. I have to have my mom take me to school this week because my keys got locked in and i figured instead of calling a locksmith, i could ask you guys.

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Its a joke, that is why they are all running their heads about it. How on earth could a rush of air push up the pins and twist all at the same time, my key has a good deal of resistance to it.

And the idea this thread gives makes decent logical sense, we heard something similar in my engineering materials class.

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I tried this on my tailgate yesterday and it didnt work,... im gonna try again becuase yesterday was kinda chilly out and may have effected how well the hair dryer worked. I'll post pics if it works today.


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You can also buy a can of "Freeze It" at an electronics store. Its the same priniple as the compressed air, but its a whole can of nothing but that stuff, and you dont have to turn it upside down. Some super cold shit.

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I am sure you would have to be in a spot with little wind, and you would have to leave the heat on it for a long time to get the metal hot enough.

Procrastination has carried me this far in life, it will carry me to my grave, and hopefully put that off as well.

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Tried again today,... no worky


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Darn, I was really hoping it would work, I was going to use it to get all the dents out of my truck(stupid !@#$% !@#$% !@#$&^*&* !@$&$& neighbors, got no respect for other peope or other people's stuff)

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wouldnt you know it,.. I try to take out a ding and I end up putting a new one in. while I was at the ATM I went to pull away and checked the rocker panel of my extended cab on the 1 foot tall curb. **** why does this shit happen to me,...


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wouldnt you know it,.. I try to take out a ding and I end up putting a new one in. while I was at the ATM I went to pull away and checked the rocker panel of my extended cab on the 1 foot tall curb. **** why does this shit happen to me,...
because you dont stay far enough away from curbs?
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I know that, I meant why does it always seem to happen on days that are the shittiest.


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Tried this today on a shallow "oil can" type dent (the ones that will flex in and out), bare metal , metal was deffintly hot & gave it a good 10 second shot of "air" until it frosted. Didn't work =(

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Then this myth is definitely(sand blows away) BUSTED!!

Procrastination has carried me this far in life, it will carry me to my grave, and hopefully put that off as well.

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