A simple way to repair the dented parts of your car’s body

February 19, 2018

You can use a hair dryer or a hair dryer and with the help of carbon dioxide fluid as a way to repair a dented car body. You can buy liquid carbon dioxide at nearby chemical stores. However, if you want your car’s body to be repaired professionally, the Auto Body Shop Orange County CA is highly recommended.

 

Here are the steps to fix the car body with a hair dryer:

First of all, prepare a hair dryer and a bottle of liquid carbon dioxide.
Turn on the hairdryer and then direct hot air into the body of a dented car.

Do it continuously until it feels hot enough. Heating the area will be different from any severe condition or not its dent your car. For large dents usually takes at least 3-5 minutes.
After that, immediately spray the liquid carbon dioxide on the part that has been heated.
Then press-tap again until it returns to its original form.

This method utilizes sudden temperature changes from hot to cold, where the dent of this car body will be attracted due to the thrill of the thrust that arises due to drastic temperature changes in a short time. As you know, a hair dryer is able to increase temperature dramatically and carbon dioxide fluid is able to lower it rapidly around -109 degrees Celsius. With drastic temperature changes, it can restore the shape of the car body that had been dented flat and return to its original form.

In addition to using chemicals, you can also repair your dented car body using a hair dryer but in a more traditional way. But this way should be done by two people to be more easily done. One person will be in charge of directing the blow dryer to the dented car parts while the other one is in charge of pushing the dented car parts. The trick is very easy, just point the hair dryer to the body parts of the car that dented.

Once it’s hot enough, the second person will push the dented part from the inner side to the outside. Perform the push strongly and quickly during the dented car parts are still in a hot state.

Eula G. Snow

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