do you think it will work on the edge of the trunk if it's dented there? I have a VERY small dent but it bent the trunk a little bit and I don't wanna spend $100 on a small dent. It's probably the size of a dime.
umm if its the one that my friend used it will not, it has to be flush with the side of a car or something like that, the corner of a trunk would have a different angel which would not allow the dent popper to pop the dent!
yah that thing is supposed to work pretty decently, but everytime i have seen it in an ad it was not on a corner, its worth a try i guess
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Ok I have bought this product, and honestly it does'nt work that great. If you have a small dent maybe 1-2" it will remove it with about 3-4 tries, even then it leaves a small shallow dent there (which is visible from different angles). And also it won't work on metal frames of your body, like the front grill area of the e36 bmw. And for very small dent, chips from from stone, its not able to remove those. Pretty much I wasted $40 canadian dollars. I did't use this exact one, but I used Ding King, which works on the same principles.
Originally posted by Live_the_Curves@Sep 26 2004, 08:28 AM Ok I have bought this product, and honestly it does'nt work that great.
I KNEW IT!!!
I suspected that it won't work....LOOK at that website dude...they also sell stuff like "Tummy Trimmers " and "Nail Polish Dazzle " and "Tightfit Facelift! " and "Money for Life deals" and "Bikini Touch hairline " then you see a "Pops-A-Dent "
Stay away dude...
Whew!!! I almost bought it until I saw the other items for sale!
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