Cheap and effective way to repair a small dent

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  1. Rob and Val

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    Amazing.

    You can buy freezer spray too.
     
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    blimey.....:)
     
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    And did you know, pigs can fly too :)
     
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    bloody hell bacon has just gone up :whistle:
     
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    Paintless dent removal by a specialist is fairly cheap and I've found very effective, I've used my local one 3 times now, all for dents that were not of my doing!

    About £60 if it's for one dent, and they come to you. I used Dent Wizard, it's a franchise, my local chap is very good indeed.
     
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    Leave it alone until you come to sell it, probably do some more anyway, that's always been my philosophy:)

    Can't usually be a*****d by that time anyway.
     
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    I bought a can of air this afternoon and will give it a go on Saturday. Watch this space :)
     
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    And it didn't work.... I did manage to get the dents looking a lot better after a few hours work though. I'll post tomorrow... Watching rugby atm and Wales have just drawn level (y) What a match!
     
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    Sorry, @CandC. It looked good on the video and that's why I posted it. It seemed like an inexpensive solution to small dents.
     
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    No need to apologise @Rob and Val . It was well worth a try. Also, by trying that method, it motivated me to keep trying other things until I got a result so, :thanks3:
     
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