Discussion in 'Member Builds' started by re_willis, Mar 2, 2017.
You could use plasti dip. It’s not going to just fill the dents.
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If the dents are too bad you may be able to pop them out with suction or a hairdryer and air duster. I’ve done this a few times and it works great.
Heat the area up with a hair dryer and then take air duster held upside down. The quick temperature change can pop it out.
If that doesn’t work try a local paintless dent repair guy. They are usually pretty reasonable.
Did you turn it into insurance?
99 tracker just bought
I thought we were talking about a new Tacoma.
Either way the above mentioned methods should work.
I don’t know what this guys deal is haha.
This guy needs fritta
What what's an air duster
Nothing, have a company that does Paintless dent repairs a try first before repainting the entire hood. What color is your truck. you may have to blend the fenders for a color match.
When you plasty dipped it how hard was it to do the badges on the side
Tape around your decal, make sure you leave and inch of room around your decal. Put around 6-8coats of plastidip. Use a toothpick and trace around your badge and then peel the plastidip off and your badge should stay plastidipped. Its actually easy.
I didn't mean decal, I meant badge lol
In that case, you should polish it with brake fluid. That'll work.
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