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I paid £5 through Amazon for the kit.
IF you read the instructions thoroughly and give the dent a really good clean with the release agent first, you will find this is an excellent product.
For all you idiots that who say it won't work have either got no brains or can't read.
I cleaned the dent properly, applied a liberal amount of glue to the plunger and applied it to dented area pressing it firmly without making the dent worse, and left it for 2-3 minutes.
I then placed the bridge part over the thread and gently screwed the middle thread down around half a turn until it started to pull.
I then left it again for around 30 seconds, tightened it down another half turn.
When I thought it had pulled the dent out level, I released the screw, took off the bridge and then used the release agent to remove the plunger and the glue.
I have done this successfully to more than 30 dents on several American classic cars.
I will add that you need patience and common sense to use this tool properly.
If you think you know better than a man that proffessionally removes dents from Rolls Royce, BMW and all top make cars in showrooms and really makes a good living at it then go ahead and live in ignorance.
This tool really does work.
The only difference in the tool he uses is that the glue gun is powered by gas as he sometimes works on peoples cars at their home where there is mains no close power supply.
Another tip is if you run out of release agent, Methelated spirit does the job equally as well.
In all my experience I have never marked the paintwork once.
An absolutely excellent product.
Should get 10 stars.
The idea is simple - after cleaning the area you use the glue gun to put a small bead of glue on the centre one of two plastic shapes that are attached to a screw thread. You hold that gently against the car until the glue sets, then you attach a frame that straddles the thread. You screw on the end cap and keep turning as it pulls the dent out.
So - what happened next ... after turning a few times there was a bang as the glue detached from the car surface. I checked carefully and the car paint (Vauxhall metallic silver) was all good. The glue was stuck on the pulling mechanism and came off that easily. No apparent damage to the car and easy and quick to do.
My dent was a 'trolley dent' - not deep and about 2cm max across. The kit did reduce the dent after a five goes or so but didn't remove it altogether. I guess it depends on the type of metal and shape of the dent.
It was an easy process and no damage done to the car. I figured it was worth a go even though in this case it wasn't a complete solution. It made things a little better.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Absolute waste of money it's good for arts and crafts not for what it stayed in the boxPublished 25 days ago by Miss Joanna M Radford
This was used to tackle a horrendous mash up of my wheel arch. Several dented mangled areas -but worked around them methodically to pull dents out -much like using a weld pin but... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
what I received is not what is advertised , there were parts of the kit missingPublished 1 month ago by trish