Getting a "Dimple" Out

Discussion in 'That'll Buff Right Out' started by DMClark, Oct 17, 2002.

  1. DMClark

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    Can't really see it in the middle of the door there (best I could get) but it's just a small dimple I see all the time. How would I go about getting it out? Shouldn't be too hard if I do it the right way?

    (Other circles are around chips from when car got hit by a rock or something that went down the side... Sides scoops are being fixed because they are being replaced.. other stuff I don't know.)
     
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    It's fairly easy to handle with a pair of tongs and some gloves. The advice for the hail should apply for your dimple.
     
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    Nothing over top of the paint or anything? Just dry ice right on top?
     
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    Yep, it really won't hurt the paint, just make it really cold.
     
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    Should work. It won't hurt anything to try.
     

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