Fix Dents Using Compressed Air and Hair Dryer - Does That Really Work?

Fix Dents using compressed air and a hair dryer. Does that really work? That is what we are going to test in this auto show. You asked for it, here is a quick 3 minute version http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8g-2QX1Kitg I used many different ways to repair door dents and door dings, but never the compressed air and hair dryer trick. If this works, the dent removal cost will be minimal. A can of air...that is it. Join Donnie Smith in the first episode of Does It Really Work Auto Show to learn if it works for me, or not. Many of you claim this does work. It may for you.... Does using paintless dent repair rods and tools work when removing small dents...Yes. Is it going to work for the average consumer...No. This takes hours and hours of practice. This is tested for the average consumer. I tried it 3 times and it did not work for me.

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Using Boiling Water and a Plunger to Remove Car Dents - Does it Work?
In this video I will show you whether its possible to remove dents using boiling water and a plunger. Before you try using boiling water and a plunger to remove car dents on your car you should watch this video first since under the wrong conditions you can do more harm than good with this procedure. Here are links to products which were used in this video: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Ratchets2015 Twitter: https://twitter.com/Ratchets15 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ratchetsandwrenches Disclaimer: Due to factors beyond the control of Ratchets and Wrenches, it cannot guarantee against unauthorized modifications of this information, or improper use of this information. Ratchets and Wrenches assumes no liability for any property or personal damage that may arise from doing a repair on your vehicle after watching any of my repair video's. Due to factors beyond the control of Ratchets and Wrenches, no information contained in this video shall create any express or implied warranty or guarantee of any particular result. Again Any injury, damage or loss that may result from improper use of tools, equipment, or the information contained in this video is the sole responsibility of the user and not Ratchets and Wrenches.





Paintless Dent Repair Using a Heat Gun and a Can of Compressed Gas Duster
Can you repair dents in an automobile with a hair dryer and a can of compressed air? Yes and no. It depends upon the location and severity of the damage. But as I have demonstrated, with a heat gun, $9 worth of Endust Duster, and about 15 minutes, you can achieve some remarkable results. Read more at... http://blog.yagelski.com/2011/10/paintless-dent-repair-using-heat-gun.html Responses to the most common criticisms: Q. Why didn't you just push the dent out from behind? A. This is a hybrid vehicle and there is A/C equipment for battery cooling that is located between the sheet metal and the interior finish. The dent was simply not accessible from the inside. Q. Why didn't you just use a toilet plunger and pull the dent out? A. That may have worked on the larger of the two dents, but the surface area of the smaller dent would have made that impossible. Q. This video and photos of the dents have been Photoshopped and faked! A. Absolutely not. I will gladly attest that this video and the images of the dent, before and after, have not been retouched. I also have a witness who observed the process and would attest the same. Q. "Tapping" the panel like you did in the video would have popped the dent out without the heating and cooling. A. My attempts to pop the dent out with persuasive tapping by hand and a rubber mallet prior to the heating / cooling did not have any impact. Q. This process didn't help, you can still see the dents! A. Yes. if you look closely you can still see the smaller of the two dents. However, the larger of the two is not distinguishable to the casual observer. This process made a significant improvement to the appearance of both dents. It is not a factory perfect repair, but this is not a valuable vehicle either. I could not justify the expense of a professional body shop for a vehicle that is seven years old and +150,000 miles. This process provided a good alternative.





Compressed Air Dent Removal
My 1993 Mazda Rx7 had a dent in the rear Quarter Panel that was driving me nuts. 30 Seconds with the Hair dryer and some compressed air fixed the problem for 5 dollars and 2 mins of time.





Pulling Out Door Dings
Just as the title says, pulling some door dings out of the STi. Well, this video only shows us pulling one out. Anyways, sorry for the long intro but drones are just too awesome and I wanted to play around with the footage. Thanks for watching! Follow us on Instagram: @newhorizonyt @hr_performance @hoorayitsk Courtesy to Jeff Kaale for the music. Jeff Kaale - Pain https://soundcloud.com/jeff-kaale




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