Ive got a heap of those cans at work, i might try n get one and give it a go on my car, but i cant imagine it working as its just blowing compressed air and it wont be that cold.rob_fr33dom said:I know what you mean Gibbscp but there is another video on youtube somewhere showing it being done.
I will try and find it.
Technically speaking however, in theory, like in the video, if you heat up the area with a hairdryer or heat gun and then apply a large lump of ice to it the metal should contract and pull itself out anyway, I'm sure the bags of ice you can buy from the supermarket would work?
Apparently it all counts on holding the can upside down when spraying, it has something to do with whats used in the can to keep it compressed or something like that!Gibbscp said:Ive got a heap of those cans at work, i might try n get one and give it a go on my car, but i cant imagine it working as its just blowing compressed air and it wont be that cold.
Smooth_CLR said:[quote="Civic_Vtec":qhk7ilgq]I had a go, i didnt heat the panel first or anything. It just blew ice over the area and dizzolved. The dents remain.
No harm in trying mate thats my motoToninho said:I've got a fist-sized dent on my tailgate/boot just to the side of the number plate. I've never tried to pop out a dent before, but would you reckon it's worth trying to push it through from the inside (removing the interior of the boot/tailgate first)?
It's an '04 Civic Sport...