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  1. #1
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    Default Paintless dent removal

    Anyone have any recommendations for someone who does paintless dent removal?
    While waxing my car this weekend, I noticed a couple very shallow dents in my hood and rear c-pillar by the hatch. They're so subtle I doubt anyone but me would be able to notice them, but as many of you might imagine, it's bugging the hell out of me!
    I'm hopping that being so slight, they would be very easy to pull out. Has anyone had this done, or know some one who does quality work?
    Also, do they need to get to the back of the panels? Would I be better off removing the interior panels myself to save time, and ensure they don't break any clips?
    Any advice is appreciated! Thanks!

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    I've never had any work done, but I've heard good things about Dent Kraft.

    http://www.juergensdentkraft.net/
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    Now is where I politely tell you to go fuck yourself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JUSTION337 View Post
    I've never had any work done, but I've heard good things about Dent Kraft.

    http://www.juergensdentkraft.net/
    He looks pretty legit. I wonder how expensive it is?

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    Hair dryer keyboard cleaner dent removal. Blow the warm air from the hair dryer on the dent for 30 seconds to a minute, then turn the keyboard cleaner upside down and spray onto dent. Transition the two quickly. Look it up!

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    with very minor dents they wold just glue the peices on from the outside and pull the dent out and remove glue then done lol nothing from the inside should need to be done

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    Quote Originally Posted by darksideVAG View Post
    Hair dryer keyboard cleaner dent removal. Blow the warm air from the hair dryer on the dent for 30 seconds to a minute, then turn the keyboard cleaner upside down and spray onto dent. Transition the two quickly. Look it up!
    yup, I might just give that a shot this weekend. I'll have to update with results.

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    I had my hail damage taken care by the pro's at DentKraft.
    Don the owner learned his craft from Juergen Holzer himself. They did a fantastic job. The only issue I had was with my insurance company.

    http://www.dentkraftpdr.com/Guarantee.htm

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    I see this is an old thread, but thought I would still put out some information in case it helps someone. PDR is not a hard skill to learn it just takes time, dedication, tons of patients and for you to take a proper <a href="https://www.pdrtrainingonline.com" target="_blank">PDR Course.</a> Once you have learned the skills needed, you can make a lot of money starting your own PDR business.

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    I see this is an old thread, but thought I would still put out some information in case it helps someone. PDR is not a hard skill to learn it just takes time, dedication, tons of patients and for you to take a proper PDR Course. Once you have learned the skills needed, you can make a lot of money starting your own PDR business.

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