Probably the easiest way to try to get the dents out (and the least likely way to harm your car) is simply to park it in the sun on a hot day. This will heat the metal and may pop most of the smaller dents out. Heat the metal with a hair dryer. A hair dryer can also be used to heat the metal.
Do dent pullers work on hail damage?
PDR can be used to remove minor dings, dents and hail damage from a vehicle’s metal panels so long as the paint is intact. … A timely repair will prevent further damage like cracking or bubbling paint caused by moisture making its way into the indent.
Is it worth fixing hail damage on a car?
Keep in mind that hail damage will lower the value of your car. So if you have a $1,000 deductible, but your car is now worth only $2,000 due to hail damage, it’s probably not worth spending the money to repair it.
Will hail dents pop out on their own?
The dents will pop out on their own. Wipe the area down with a soft clean cloth.
Will the sun remove hail dents?
That’s because sunlight warms the metal on your car’s body. As the metal warms, it expands, and if you’re fortunate, expanding metal may cause the dents to pop back out and disappear. Parking your vehicle for just one week in the hot sun may eliminate up to 90 percent of the dents caused by hail.
How much does it cost to repair hail dents?
Hail damage repair costs (per dent) range from about $30 to $45 for small ones, $45 to $55 for medium-sized, and $75+ for larger dents. What’s the average cost of hail damage repair? About $2,500. Sadly, following a hailstorm, it’s unlikely you’ll have just a single dent to repair.
Are dent pullers any good?
Dent pullers only work on shallow dents on flat, flexible surfaces. They can improve the appearance of dents but probably won’t create a perfect finish. But these tools will not work on deep, angular dents or damage along the edges of bodywork.
How do body shops remove dents?
To ensure that doesn’t happen, body shops use a process called “paintless dent removal” (PDR). PDR requires no fillers or sanding, as a trained technician uses a variety of special tools to gently and slowly push dents back into place without harming the factory paint job.