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Ding King Car Dent Repair Kit (596) Dent Repair Tool, no more costly dent repairs.

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  • Good Ideas Ding King Car Repair Kit - removes dents professionally and with ease.
  • Repair car dents in minutes and save money on costly garage repairs.
  • Kit includes hot glue gun, 3 bonding sticks, 2 dent pullers, bridge.
  • Ding King solution, scraper, tap-down tool and wing nut.
  • MANUFACTURED FOR GOOD IDEAS
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Technical Details
Part Number 596
Item Weight599 g
Product Dimensions21.2 x 15.6 x 13 cm
Item model number596
Item Package Quantity1
Weight600 Grams
  
Additional Information
ASINB000PPJQMS
Best Sellers Rank 36,877 in DIY & Tools (See top 100)
Shipping Weight621 g
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Date First Available23 April 2007
  
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DING KING REPAIR KIT. Repair car dents in minutes and save £££'s Easy to use Ding King removes dents professionally. Save on expensive garage repairs, easy to use Ding King gives professional results in minutes. Simply apply the glue to the dent pulling tab, apply the tab to the dent and leave to cool. Then place the pulling bridge over the tab and twist the wing nut until the dent 'pops'. Any residual glue can be removed with the supplied Ding King solution, then simply buff the area with a clean, soft cloth. Kit includes hot glue gun, 3 bonding sticks, 2 dent pullers and bridge. Ding King solution, scraper, tap-down tool and wing nut. MANUFACTURED FOR GOOD IDEAS


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52 of 52 people found the following review helpful By Made in Wales on 13 Sept. 2011
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A few years ago a very nice person who was parked next to my car reversed out of the parking bay and left me with a nice 5 inch scallop shell dent right on the rim of my wheel arch. The dent at it's deepest was around 4mm. I took my car to a few of my local body repair shops and got quotes from £150 to £200 to repair the dent and re-spray the wing and door (my car is quite old so they needed to spray the door to blend into the old paintwork). I did not like the idea of a re-spray as they never really turn out very good on an old car and my car is in "like new" condition apart from said damage so I decided to look for another solution to the problem.

Having read the reviews about the Ding King I thought I would have nothing to lose for £[]+ but had some reservations about sticking hot glue to the paintwork. The kit arrived in just a few days and seemed well made and of good quality so I thought I would give it a shot. I followed the instructions to the letter (I will give my tips shortly) and I must say I am very impressed with the end result.

Before the repair the dent was easily visible from a distance and at any angle, it also looked much worse when the sun caught it. After using the Ding King I no longer have a dent and there is absolutely no visible evidence that the was dent, even when I look very closely at the area where the dent was. The only reason why I would not give the Ding King a 5 star rating is that when I run my finger tips over the area where the dent used to be I can feel a very very slight unevenness in the surface, but trust me I cannot see it.

I must point out that it does state that you should not expect the repair to be 100% perfect on the instructions.
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22 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Allan on 7 Oct. 2009
Well, if you follow the instructions properly, it works just as it says.
I pulled a crease out of a 3 month old VW Beetle and, just as the instructions
say, you can still see a mark, but it is hardly visible. I then used it to pull out
a dent in my daughters Nissan Micra door, and again it pulled it almost out.
It certainly improved the looks of the car, if you want it perfect, you need a bodyshop.
Take care with using it, and it works fine. I have just ordered more glue sticks for
my Mother in Laws car!
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21 of 22 people found the following review helpful By 100040 on 7 July 2010
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I was looking for a product to pull out a crease in my car and having tried unsuccessfully with a suction dent puller thought I would give this a go. Having read mixed reviews for this product I did not hold my hopes very high but thought it was worth a go.

The kit was delivered quickly with good instructions. I followed the instructions to the letter and managed to pull out a 6 inch crease from my car; the results are by no means like new or to a body shop standard but the crease has reduced and is less noticeable.

I prepared the car and puller surface using the supplied solution and allowed it to dry. Then after 5 minutes of heating the glue applied it to the puller, then stuck it to the middle of the crease, pushing firmly for 60 seconds. After 5 minutes I connected the pulling device and tightened the wing nut, the glue held fully and did not come off allowing the crease to be pulled. When I had done I had to rock the puller to get it off of the car, this left some glue on the bodywork. I repeated this 3 times and managed to pull most of the crease out, although as said above it's not totally invisible. It's probably more suited to round dents.

The hard part for me was removing the glue from the car body. The kit comes with a scraper which I used but found this not very good. In the end I poured hot water over the glue and used the scraper to remove the large bits. If you scrape too much the glue will smear in to a thin coating on the body of the car - After some trial and error this thin coating can be removed with nail polish remover rubbed in hard with a cotton cloth, with some elbow grease the glue was totally removed.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Grom on 14 Dec. 2010
Wow! What a superb Gadgett. Does exactly what it says on the tin. I used the Gem to remove several dents in a Large motorcycle petrol tank, with Great results. One of the dents was the size of a Orange and about 40mm deep at the centre. However, I still managed to pull it out.
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45 of 50 people found the following review helpful By Alsone on 19 Nov. 2010
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I pulled 2 dents in my roof roof panel above the door that Dent Master said were impossible to remove and a friend who works as an assessor for a well know Insurance Company also said was impossible. They're now both barely visible (only at the right angle in the right light), reduced from a 50p sized (elbow bone sized) imprint that was fairly deep.

The Ding King removed them both!!

Those people who have problems do so in my opinion simply because they fail to clean the car properly before using the Ding King. With a clean surface the adhesion is very strong.

When I received mine the green cleaning liquid had eveaporated so I used t-cut and isopropoyl acohol to clean the car instead. This may be the way to go.

Ding King IS brilliant, you just have to make sure you clean everything properly 1st. Thas where most people fail.

Start off by forgetting the green solution. Instead clean the dent with T-cut and the plastic pulling end with Isopropyl Alcohol. This will now ensure the glue sticks properly, to both surfaces. The most common complaint with Ding King is that the glue doesn't stick - its entirely down to surface prep. If they're not clean and grease free then the glue will seperate off each respective surface very easily and not pull the dent.

Apply the glue to the plastic end then straight to the centre of the dent and make sure you hold it there with pressure for several minutes until its had time to set. Allow sufficient time. Another mistake is to pull before the glue's had time to set properly.

Then pull the ding. You should find with the cleaned paintwork the glue will stick much better than before and the dent will pull - it may take several attempts to get it out though.
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