I was expecting it to be a little difficult to do, thought it would take a few tries but to my delight just as I barely began to twist it the dent popped right out! And the glue wasnt hard to get off. It didnt chip the paint on my car either! I still have to get rid of the paint scratches but the dent is what bothered me most. Great tool!
Wasn't expecting too much but thought I'd give this a try. Had s slight dent in the roofline of my car. Would love to know how it got there. I used a mobile dent service on a previous car before. Knew they would want about 200 bucks or more...If this didn't work I'd call them again. Well, this little gadget worked! I had to do it 3 times but the roofline is flat again. Plus I get a hot glue gun to use around the house. This gadget may not work on a head on collisions, but for little dents give it a shot.
I recently repaired some stuffs of mine using the heat melt glue gun. It helps a lot that I can use the broken kitchen tools again. I also DIY some hairbin by using the glue to stick the ribbon to the clip.Very helpful
We just bought a certified used minivan only to find a dent on the bottom portion of the sliding door when we got home. I suspect it was from an errant soccer ball. It was a real letdown to see it after forking over a lot of hard earned money. I found this kit online and it seemed like others had good luck so worth a shot with minimal investment. I used the largest tip since it was a pretty decent sized dent (7-8” across). After gluing it on, it only took a handful of turns under pressure before it popped with a deep thud. Music to my ears. The dent was almost completely gone with only a very small dimple if you catch the light just right. The larger the dent the easier to pull I suppose but highly recommended.
Sceptical but ordered anyway. First attemp was unsuccessful may be i put little glue. Second attempt was a success. Dent gone! Beautiful.