Dents suck. And so does the cost to repair them. After doing a lot of web browsing I found many ways. But I don’t have
the cash for my own electromagnet, or the skills to do paintless dent
repair (look either of these up, they take time and money…and a lot of
skill). No, I wanted a quick, cheap “10 minutes or less” solution. And I
found two. Ladies and gentlemen…welcome to the two minute body-shop.
The tips below are for dents.
1. Remove a dent with dry ice
You can find dry ice in many places these days, even your local
grocery store. It’s cheap too, around $2 or less for a pound (you can
buy it in bulk online for even cheaper). All you do is touch the dry ice to the dent for a few seconds and repeat the process until the dent is gone. Wear dry ice gloves though.
2. Remove a dent with a hairdryer and an air duster
I like this one even more, namely because an air duster and a hairdryer is readily accessible in most homes these days. A slightly different process, but still very quick, cheap and easy.