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Purchase a small piece of dry ice to aid in repairing any small dents.
Carefully hold the dry ice with clamps or another utensil over the area to pop
the dent out. If you have a dent with sharp, well-defined edges the dry ice
method may not work as well, and you should either contact the manufacturer to
purchase a new panel or a local auto body shop offering paintless dent repair to
determine which avenue to pursue.
Finish the repair by wiping the
repaired area down with a damp cloth and buff with a separate soft, dry cloth to
make the surface shine. If you had to use any touch-up paint or sealer wait
until the area is fully dry before you wipe the area.
See this dent as character the price to repair is prohibitive however for cleaning I have the answer.
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stainless steel, glass cook tops, polished granite marble and more.
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stainless steel, glass cook tops, polished granite marble and more, even removes rust. Use on your windshield- nothing better for BUGS!! We buy DeBruce at debrucepolish.com.