How to fix a small dent in your car

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+58 1. Gringo_el_Diablo commented 8 years ago

HAHAHA YEEEAAAHHH huh huh huh huh!!!! :x
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+31 2. BalboaCZ commented 8 years ago

Hurry up dude before my dad comes out here!
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+5 3. Mullemeck commented 8 years ago

The most logic reason for getting such a small dent is him being stupid enough to park his car so the kids can use it as a goal.
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+10 4. Spinter commented 8 years ago

Heat it up...cool it down. Pop!
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+7 5. banzemanga commented 8 years ago

That dent was barely visible to begin with. I mean i didn't know there was a dent there until it made a pop sound. :|
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+24 6. Kinslayer commented 8 years ago

just a small warning: if your coating is damaged and you try this, the coating will most likely fall off ;)
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+4 7. irishgek commented 8 years ago

He wont let her borrow the car ever again!
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+6 8. shayangx commented 8 years ago

The first 4 times I replayed the video I didnt see the dent. Is it only me? :p I had to make the video full screen and watch closely to notice it a little.
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+9 9. tega commented 8 years ago

Plastic cars... try to that on a old car!
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+4 10. schlafanzyk commented 8 years ago

It's funny, I have a similar dent in the wheel arch edge of my front left fender (thanks to some hit-and-run asshole and insurance is not paying) and this is exactly what I had in mind to try and fix it.

What do you guys think, should I give it a shot and record it as well?

I am a bit worried though that the paint will come off, because there is a slight scratch in the top coating and the rapid cooling process certainly doesn't benefit the resilience.
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0 11. cretia commented 8 years ago

what was that spray can?
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+3 12. Teqskater commented 8 years ago

#10 Just do it. Mythbust it :). Would be nice to see.
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+1 13. Sizzlik (admin) commented 8 years ago

#11 its ice spay
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+3 14. h8isgr8 commented 8 years ago

#13 Ummmm, no. It's a can of "air duster" which is being held upside down to let the compressed gas escape as a liquid. BTW, a can of "air duster" contains little or no actual air (nitrogen, oxygen, etc); it's usually a compressed fluorocarbon.
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+1 15. orion commented 8 years ago

Just wait a minute and it will "pop" again.

btw, I see no dent.
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+1 16. Sizzlik (admin) commented 8 years ago

lol #14 In both cans is the same...Ice Spray just got a hose inside so it comes out liquid when helt upside up..Air spry got no hose inside so it comes out in its gas form...still..both the same..and often in air sprays is buthan...like lighter gas (Got a can of Airspray here..its a propane/buthane mix)
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+1 17. Namron7 commented 8 years ago

What they didn't show is the dent popping back in when the car metalwork warmed up, once it's stretched it's stretched forever >:)
#11, that would just be the gas propellent which comes out if you turn a can upside down, probably butane gas (you can buy freezer spray which would do the trick too.)
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0 18. Loc commented 8 years ago

This will only work on american cars...with are made of plastic, or, as Jeremy Clarskon would say..."melted down action-man figures"
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0 19. h8isgr8 commented 8 years ago

Sizzlik, #11 had asked what was being used in the video, you said "ice spray" which was completely incorrect.

I don't know about in your country, but here "air duster" type products are only sold with non-flammable fluorocarbons. Liquid petroleum based "ice spray" (as you call it) is sold here as a carpet gum remover, but is only available for commercial use.
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-1 20. LQoQK commented 8 years ago

tried that before on my car didnt work at all :(
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-1 21. tiggfigg commented 8 years ago

I tried this on my car, now my insurance company is after me. :S