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wow....

If that really works I will give it a go!
 

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Discussion Starter · #6 ·
I will take photos tomorrow before and after of both my saab and my honda. The honda has a perfect body except for some jerk who pushed in my driver side fender and didnt bother to leave a note:nono; . But it didnt leave any scratches so if this works it will save me a bit of money. good luck to anyone else who trys it. and post replys on if it helps you.

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I can't wait to try this!! :cheesy:
 

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I actually found a nother video which I am very upset about, because I cant find it again. but it was a guy with a block of dry ice and he removed 3 types of dents. 1 was a small one the next was a medium sized dent no biggie. but the third one looked like someone took a crobar and hit the side of his car. and prest it took a little long but it poped out. The guy has on big thick black gloves. but I cant find it.
 

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grif900 said:
Um... those dents did'nt go away.
Yeah, they went away 90% though...I'd guess you could spend a little more time on them to get them to 99% unnoticable - I think the guy was just trying to make it look quick and easy.
 

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Any ideas how to get dry ice in the UK? It would be great if it was 50p a pound in ASDA.
 

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Didnt get a chance to try the dry ice dent removal too busy with the bumper repaint. will try to get some tomorrow and repost
 

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TooMany2cvs said:
I was wondering exactly the same thing. I've certainly never seen it in a supermarket here, despite the claims in the vid...
I've never seen it in a supermarket here, either - maybe you have to ask for them to bring it out or something
 

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