Viorel Alexa: I was drunk yesterday and I crashed my 2013 bmw 530 in a pole cuz I was trying to drift and the side of the car drifted straight in the pole and now I got a big dent on de side door
Richard Thomas: That's a crapty job ;-)
Guepardo D: Fail! 😅😂🙊😂
Chris Rodriguez: well it looks like I'm not taking my car to body shop. if this works. I'll post a pic. I have small damage on my car
Esteban Pacheco: All that was done is forcibly remove the area that looks bad and leaving the part of the dent that actually matters.. Thats the part right underneath the bodyline of the door. You can still see it dented in on the "after" closeup of the damage. Take it to a PDR professional and they will have the door looking like it did when it came out of the factory.. not with leftover dents and a wavy door.
MAXimum Power!: Fact is you cant ever pop out a dent like that completely as the dent is a result of the metal being stretched so it will never sit completely flush with the rest of panel again
K20 RHD Ej: freaked up the whole bottom half
Daniel Aldrete Ondarza: you won't soften aluminum with hot water, this trick only works on plastic bumpers
Szymon Błaszczyk: Great, simple idea. Thank you!
Michael Gahon: dez prez us funny
gcm gas: wtf
Violy Albaera: genius
Richy Opas: Cool 😎
claude salkeld: yes much better
Carlos Perez: still has dents
Patrick Guerrisi: what is the hot water for please
Camille L Mac Lean: Shohag, Thank you so much for this tutorial, I'm going to try it!
Kenya Lyke: looks great
Car Dent Repair With Hot Water And Toilet Plunger DIY5
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