BUMPER Dent Repair! USE This Amazing TRICK and Your Father Won’t Get MAD!

Having an upsetting experience with a parking lot pole can easily make you stressful for lots of reasons. First of all, your car will look terrible and second you will have to spend days and days to find the right mechanic that will return the old, original look of your beauty. And that costs a fortune. Luckily we have the solution for you and instead of paying an extra expensive expert you can watch this do-it-yourself bumper dent repair tutorial that will save you money and time.

BUMPER Dent Repair! USE This Amazing TRICK and Your Father Won`t Get MAD!



In the example shown in the video, the family does a Toyota Prius` bumper replacement and believe me, you will be positively shocked by the results that they will achieve with just a little effort. At first, this bumper dent repair looked like mission impossible. As a matter of fact, it was, when these people were using only one hair dryer. However, later on they found out that they need more heat. FYI, the heat makes things expand and when expanding the intermolecular space becomes larger tearing the molecules further away from themselves and thus allowing the bumper to look as it should with just a small amount of force. OK now, the science class is over.

Armed with only a solvent, 2 hair dryers and some paint, this funny Japanese family does a magnificent work with its vehicle, that at the end looks way better than a big dent! This trick that costs nothing can be easily used on lots of vehicles` areas that are plastic. If for example, your car has a metal body in the area where the dent is or if you cannot easily access the other side of the dent, then this method is probably not the right one for you.

In that case, you should check this article that hopefully will fix your problem. 




Comments

17 thoughts on “BUMPER Dent Repair! USE This Amazing TRICK and Your Father Won’t Get MAD!

  1. doug

    Nice job, except they don’t know if the internal structure of the bumper or the bumper absorbers are also damaged, possibly putting them at ri a k in the event of another front end collision.

  2. Kaloyan

    OH so now i can crash my car!!! Good to know

  3. Great…it help me a lot… I will try it , if I have some problem with my bumper again…

  4. stan

    nice video. they’re not japanese though. probably originally from HK and living in the US or Canada.

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  6. That is called bumper cover the absorbing metal,crash can, and the styrofoam inside that plastic bumper cover is the bumper.I had tried that couple of times as a mechanic. In some cases it is easier to remove the bumper cover it self and heat it in the inner portion.I boil plenty of water and pour it to the dented portion.It is easier time saving and surely does not damaged your paint.

    1. Johnny

      thanks for your advice Dennis! 🙂

  7. Great article! Going to share it with our autobody related readers as they might get something out of it too!

    Thanks again-

    1. Johnny

      Thanks a lot for your feedback James. Stay tuned for more interesting videos 🙂 Have a nice day!

  8. It actually works. Thanks 🙂

  9. Awesome work ! Thank you so much for bringing this to us …

    1. Johnny

      You’re welcome Vishnu! Have a great day 🙂

    1. Johnny

      Awesome idea! Thanks for letting us know!

  10. Simon

    A much faster way (and you don’t need to be near a power source) is to pour a kettle of boiling water over the bumper. I’ve used this trick a few times- less risk of blistering/damaging the paint too. Have a bottle of tepid/cold water to pour over the plastic once you’ve pushed the indentation out.

    1. Johnny

      That sounds like a great idea Simon! Thank you for your comment!

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