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Unread 09-25-2013   #1 (permalink)
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Default Small dent. Guide me the right way!

It appears at some point yesterday someone smashed their door into mine and put a ding. Its honestly small and not a big deal but its driving me crazy I was told theirs no point in trying bondo I can paint the scuff but the dent will still be there and I dont trust a 20 dollar pops a dent! What do you guys think is the best option? See attatchments!
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I would get in touch with a PDR specialist in your area. They can work wonders. I've had dents taken out in my old car and was pleased with the results. It might not be 100% perfect - depending on the area the dent is. But in most cases you never know it was there after they've worked on it.
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