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So I came back to my car the other day and noticed about a half dollar sized dent on the forward edge of my passenger door. Not a big deal, but noticeable. The paint is in perfect shape so I'm thinking I can try one of those DIY dent removal kits. Anyone go this route and have any suggestions, advice?
 

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I would take it to local PDR guy, it's well worth the 85-130$. To really get it right you'll have to remove the door panel unless you have a whole assortment of tools.
 

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Like Driver says take it to the PDR place. without proper tools and a line board, it will look worse than just leaving it alone
 

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So I came back to my car the other day and noticed about a half dollar sized dent on the forward edge of my passenger door. Not a big deal, but noticeable. The paint is in perfect shape so I'm thinking I can try one of those DIY dent removal kits. Anyone go this route and have any suggestions, advice?
I started to do my own PDR with a couple of kits from Amazon. Practiced on a few non car dents to get the hang of it. Took a few tries but once you develop the skill set it great to have. If you are a DIY kind of person, I think you'll feel a great sense of accomplishment.
 

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all depends on how good u want to be. most PDR guys will charge $30 for a small dent. i've done the glue sticks. comes out 80%. hard to do get it perfect if you can't get behind the dent and slowly work the sheet metal.
 
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