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Mainly would depend on type of veh. and dent ,just bowl shape or creased line dent that wasn't here B4 so after inteior door panel removed and access to outside body skin is possible . This is where you could push dent using only soft material tools to back and to push with . If dent is bubble shape 5 - 10 inches you can puchase rubber suction puller or stronger glass transport suction tool and pull it out on exterior panel itself.
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    Jason Hill May 14, 2015

    These look like great tips for rounded dents. Is there a do it yourself strategy to effectively take out crease dents? I'd like to watch them do it at a professional shop to observe how it's done. http://www.paramountautobody.ca

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