This VERY IN-DEPTH video is here to show you the easiest and most affordable methods to do most things on your car. Here We show you how to remove dents and dings in your car, affordably!

Pulling Dents and Dings is called PDR (PAINTLESS DENT REMOVAL). Looking at dents in your car or truck can really be frustrating especially if you don’t have the money to pay someone to remove them!

Here we give you the tricks and the tools needed on how to remove those pesky dents and dings, we show you how to do it safely with no damage to your paint.

See BELOW The List of TOOLS used to make this video:

Hello Everyone, SWEET PROJECT CARS here with cool, trick and affordable ways to do things for the DIYER’S OF THE UNIVERSE!

TOOLS:

Super PDR Puller

Slide Hammer Kit

Rubbing Alcohol

Spray Bottles

All Purpose Towels

Micro-Fiber Towels

Plastic Razor Blades

Glue Sticks

Glue Gun

Knock Down Tool

Ball Peen Hammer

Mothers Carnauba Clnr Wax

Pull Tabs

THIS METHOD TAKES PRACTICE AND PATIENCE!

This VERY IN-DEPTH video is here to show you the easiest and most affordable methods to do most things on your car. Here We show you how to remove dents and dings in your car, affordably!

Pulling Dents and Dings is called PDR (PAINTLESS DENT REMOVAL). Looking at dents in your car or truck can really be frustrating especially if you don’t have the money to pay someone to remove them!

Here we give you the tricks and the tools needed on how to remove those pesky dents and dings, we show you how to do it safely with no damage to your paint.

SO, LET”S Get To It 🙂



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  1. Howard Simon

    Great video.Thanks. My question: Can I use this technique on the aluminum skin of my airstream trailer? Specifically I have a shallow linear dent, about 8 inches long.

  2. Peter Ford

    Do you have to use the black glue sticks,,and do they usually come with most kits? I have many standard clear sticks. Thanks.

  3. Virgil Caine is my name

    You guys are great sharing the "secrets". Unfortunately I've got a crease on the hood of a 2013 Chrysler. A plastic squirrel cage fan fell off a shelving unit. The hood is aluminum so I'm taking the car to a guy that takes care of car dealers stock to push the crease out (paintless dent repair). Cost, $125.00, but I hate dents and dings.

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  4. Richard Johnson

    What would I do for bb gun dents

  5. Gui Ewwy

    Love your positive attitude. Very helpful. Just what I was looking for thanks

  6. salt pepper

    excellent video from a patient teacher

  7. Gabriel fed

    Thanks for sharing, great work! keep it up 😉

  8. bru Bna

    # one video. How to fix dent. I have watched a lot of video s how to fix dents. None of them don't teach how to fix

  9. 12 masters

    A surprising amount of people leave the scene of the accident. Isn't that illegal in every country?

  10. Gregory Lee

    G"DAY MIKE HOW'S IT GOING GREG LEE HERE SO HOW HAVE THINGS BEEN WITH ALL YOUR GREAT WORK.anyway mike just want to let you know that i have had alot of work ar car yards and i have made $3400 since the last time we were in contact and it was all thanks to you and its made myself and my ladys life alot better so thanks mike im very greatful mate and how are your boys going with there service all good i hope so hope they both have a wonderful career im sure they will.before i forget mike do you also use a uni spotter for bigger dints.thanks again mike take care mate.

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