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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 05-05-2008, 11:46 PM Thread Starter
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Rocks. That is all.

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thanks

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Rocks. That is all.
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So it will only remove dents from rocks?
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I wouldn't say it rocks. Seems to be a little more on the emo side to me.



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I really wish i took before and after pictures of the datsun. it worked so well.

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We'll settle for any pics of the datsun


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i think you're the first one to get it to work so far (on this forums). i only saw about 6 failures.

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how do you remove dents with dry ice??


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how do you remove dents with dry ice??
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Heat the dent up with a hairdryer then apply dry ice.

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and it's just supposed to pop out?


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