How To Remove Small Dents From Car Bonnet

by Carmelo PickelNovember 12, 2021, ,

If you got a dent on your car bonnet, no need to worry about it. We know how you can remove the dent without going to a car workshop and spending a good amount of money. In this article, we have mentioned 5 easy ways to remove small dents from your car bonnet without any effort. 

Use a Plunger

With a cup plunger, you can get out any type of dent from your car. Just splash some water on both the tool and the damage to start pushing until it pops back up!

Use Boiling Water

Reversing into an object is an easy way to get a dent. The bumpers on plastic cars can be difficult, but if you try boiling water anyway, throwing it at your problem spot will help push out any dents in these stubborn areas!

When you've poured the water, reach behind and try to pop that dent back in. Thanks to all of those hot cups on top for a bit more flexibility with your plastic!

The dent is going to pop out, so don't worry! Keep dumping boiling water on it and keep at it until the whole thing goes back into place.

Use a Hair Dryer & Compressed Air

To remove a dent from your car bonnet, start by heating the area with your hairdryer. Once it's hot enough and expansion has occurred in that spot, only then should you use compressed air to force out any remaining material stuck within its crevices or crack. This will pop right back into place once again!

Use Dry Ice

Dry ice is an incredible cooling agent that can be used to get out small dents from your car. If you're wearing protective gloves, just hold down a piece of dry ice on the dent and rub it around until you hear or see popping back into place!

Apply the dry ice till the dent pop out. You can also try heating the dent first with a hairdryer and then applying the dry ice.

Use a Vacuum Cleaner & Pot

Why not just make your own dent puller? All you need is a pot, vacuum cleaner, and some tape. Make the hole underneath the pot big enough that it will fit around any dents in the car body or hood, then wrap carefully with an outer layer which should be about 2 inches thick for durability purposes before applying firm pressure using a vacuum cleaner from above, so they pop out easily when hit by a powerful force.

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Founder, Editor-in-Chief Carmelo Pickel is the Founder and Editor-in-Chief of Keep Driving, with almost 20 years of experience working in the industry. Before founding Keep Driving, Carmelo held leadership roles for over a decade on top automotive dealership corporations across North America, handling various leadership roles in Sales, Marketing, and Incentives.
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