Car Dent Repair With Hot Water And Toilet Plunger DIY
Not only can you unclog a drain with a plunger, you can get out small- to medium-sized dents out of your car. Just splash some hot water on both the plunger and the dent and start pushing and pulling until it pops out.
Dent removal (attempted) with a toilet plunger
First attempt at removing a dent in a car fender. Should work in theory, but I think we need a bigger plunger. Keep your eyes peeled for the rest of the story in part two...
TDL Dent & Scratch Repair
www.tdlrepair.co.uk shows you how to remove a dent using adhesive paintless dent repair technique
Major Prius Bumper Dent Repair
Rather than paying for an expensive Toyota Prius bumper replacement after an unpleasant encounter with a parking lot pole, we decide to attempt the do-it-yourself, armed only with a bucket of solvent (see http://amzn.to/10fCiMD ), two hair dryers, and some touch-up paint (see http://amzn.to/Wa5MLx ). Half of the fun is listening to Dad's comments! Your mileage may vary! We were lucky that even though the dent was huge, it was easy to access the other side of it to push against. We thought about trying the compressed air trick, but the dent was so deep that we were afraid it might pop in the wrong direction! Recorded with the Canon VIXIA HV30 (awesome camcorder! http://amzn.to/Wa8QYj ). Video produced by http://www.digitallifesavers.com