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Old 06-11-2006, 08:41 AM   #21
BLiP
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Well you get the surface area of the dent hot not glowing or anything but hot like allday in the texas sun hot, then you get dry ice and hold it over the dent and the coldness shrinks the metal and the shrinking effect pulls the dent out. It is mainly used for smaller dents it might work on larger one never tryed it on anything but dents and even then only done it like twice I think lol. Hope that explains it.
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