Bondo? Man, that sucks. I dont think it is worth it. Why would I use a black primer?deiz91si said:dent? thats a crater! holy shit. i am surprised it even held up with that rust...i would get a new 1/4 pannel or cut one of of the junkyard. she is bad....
as for the hail damage. just sand over them. fill with bondo. then u will need a guide coat of like a black primer and hit her til shes mint
yea... a 2x4 or 4x4 also works as a pretty good punch (its a two man job). use it so you dont have the get in the trunk to bang it out. it also allows the use of sledge hammerspreludegofast13 said:If you want to just push the dent back to semi normal shape, I would take a rubber mallet and hit it back from the inside of the trunk.
paintless dent removal is great on that stuff but expensive.ChiroLude said:How about smaller hail dents. My whole car is littered with these tiny dents. I would like to get my body as straight as possible...
Yeah, I heard it is expensive. maybe I will just have to go to a place and get a quote and get it done in sections like the roof, then the trunk and then the hood or something like that...CADster said:paintless dent removal is great on that stuff but expensive.
maybe pay to get a few out then save up to get more removed.
bondo works better if your painting the whole car afterwards.