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Old 06-18-2003, 10:59 PM   #1
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can ne one recommend a good do-it-yourself dent remover? ive got little hail dents and a small brushing with a deer dent id like to get rid of.
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Well Billy Mays has his "Ding King" relativly cheap, although i have no experience with it, whatever you get post the results as the Bonne i'm purchasing tomorrow only has 2 dents on it, on the drivers side rear door.
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yeah i saw billy may'* ding king thingie but id like to talk to some people that have used it first.billy mays is kinda fruity if you ask me.kinda off topic but i like to state my opinion.
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My friend tryed that ding king out.. it got rid or the dent but cracked his paint to hell. I dont think this thing is worth diddle in my opinion.
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Yeah that whole Billy Mays part kinda scared me. And i wondered how it could pull a dent out so fast to where the paint wouldn't crack or go flying... Nice little commercial, but thats all it was a commercial. Best thing to do if it'* in an accessable area is to learn how to use the ol' hammer and block of wood, but it sounds like that isnt' the case. Hail dents can be a bitch, and those might need to be professionally done, ask around at the automotive stores and see what they think.
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