Having a dent on your car is like walking around the mall with a huge ketchup stain on your white tee—it’s unsightly. You can ignore it, but other people won’t and they’ll unfairly judge you for it. Removing a dent from your car can sometimes be quite costly, especially if you take your car to an auto body repair shop, which may cost you 200 bucks at least! However, as an alternative you can repair and remove some kinds of dents from your car with the help of such common household items such as a hair dryer and either dry ice or a can of compressed air.
Here is a DIY version to fix car dents Using Dent Repair Using Compressed Air and a Hair Dryer video.