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WTF is wrong with you people?,,
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Haha, I'm glad you don't get butthurt like 90% of the other people on here.

Anyway I've never used that thing. A friend of mine that works at Ford knows the guy that does the dents on their trade ins so I've had him pull some out of my truck. Idk what he uses
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Yeah same concept as the ding king a few years ago. I used it a few times and it never worked either you get the glue to strong and it pulls off the paint or its to weak and won't pull the dent not a very useful tool. Although that was about 7 years ago maybe they have changed the formula.
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It seems to work work pretty good, if you have the patience to do it. It did a pretty good job taking the dent out of this car. Different brand then the style you posted, but seems to work pretty good.


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Have I done it ...no. Have I seen it done... yes but with a slide hammer. My truck was around a year old and had a buggy ding in the side of the bed. Working at a auto factory, you pick up skills that you sometimes use on side jobs. We had a dent doctor who would fix stuff on the side. Slipped him some cash and took my truck to his house to knock it out. He actually does hail damage repairs in his spare time. He literally washed the area with alcohol to clean it of wax and glued on a little plastic tab which his slide hammer would catch and pull at it till the tab come off, just reglue and go at it again. It takes an artist to pull that off in my opinion, you can also work a dent from the backside. just look up paintless dent repair.
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Have I done it ...no. Have I seen it done... yes but with a slide hammer. My truck was around a year old and had a buggy ding in the side of the bed. Working at a auto factory, you pick up skills that you sometimes use on side jobs. We had a dent doctor who would fix stuff on the side. Slipped him some cash and took my truck to his house to knock it out. He actually does hail damage repairs in his spare time. He literally washed the area with alcohol to clean it of wax and glued on a little plastic tab which his slide hammer would catch and pull at it till the tab come off, just reglue and go at it again. It takes an artist to pull that off in my opinion, you can also work a dent from the backside. just look up paintless dent repair.
Yeah its definitely an art and requires some skill to get it right. But if your just looking to make a big dent into one small enough it doesn't draw a lot of attention its perfect. I used a rubber mallet on my front fender when my brother hit the corner of the garage with it. Not perfect but now instead of being completely caved in its only a small dent that can only be seen when the light hits it right. I know its there but most people don't see it unless i point it out.
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