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Old 09-26-2007, 01:26 PM   #31
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Heh... glad to see this is still a common way to do this. My dad did this to his Cavalier back in '02. Did the same thing, and worked perfectly.
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Old 09-26-2007, 02:10 PM   #32
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Haro...You forgot the brand of the rag.

Sweet...I might be attacking my car tonight.
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Haro...You forgot the brand of the rag.

Sweet...I might be attacking my car tonight.
WHAT IS IT!? i cant start until i know
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Old 09-26-2007, 03:28 PM   #34
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damn internet, i still cant tell if you are serious or not

its just a generic detailing rag from wal-mart
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Wow thats amazing! I have to try it on 2 golf ball dents I have.
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So has anyone tried it yet

I'm going to buy a can of CO2 spray tomorrow and try it when I get home next week.

I'm in Vancouver this weekend.
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Yea I tried it on my golf ball dents...Didn't work :(
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I haven't tried it yet but I'm ready and will try it in a couple of weeks when I get home.
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now try it on the front fender

You talkin' to ME!?

I have one dent in my car, just ONE, on the front fender. IDK if this will work due to where the dent is. :(
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Toliet plunger works too
For really big ones yes. A raging drunken beast of a girl kicked my door when i had the 94 and it came out nicely with the plunger, this method would have been perfect too.
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