Maybe you took your parents’ car out without permission. Perhaps you’re an adult who just got a new car and already backed into the trash can. Regardless of how your vehicle got a dent, chances are you want to know how to get rid of it. Luckily, you have a few options.
Try the Plunger Method
If the dent is small- or medium-sized, you may be able to remove it with a plunger. Splash water on the plunger and the dent, and then use the plunger to push and pull until you get it to pop out. Remember, there are different types of plungers, though. You should use a cup plunger, which is made for sinks, to get a dent out. Toilet plungers (known as flange plungers) will not do the job.
Grab a Pot, Some Tape, and a Vacuum Cleaner
Dents require suction to remove, but the amount of suction depends on the size of the dent. For this reason, it can be difficult to pick up a dent puller and know it will work, but luckily, you can create your own. Just grab a vacuum cleaner, a pot or a bucket, and some tape. Make a small hole in the bottom of the bucket, tape it around the dent, and use the vacuum cleaner’s hose to suction the dent out. This will work well as long as the dent is not too shallow.
Call a Professional
Sometimes, the dent in your car is just too big or too deep for you to remove it at home. In these situations, you need a professional. An auto body shop Fort Worth TX will have the professional equipment and trained employees you need to help you remove larger dents. In just an afternoon, a professional can have your car looking brand new again.…