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Paintless Dent Removals


LZY33R
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My apologies in advance if this topic has been covered before, just requesting some recommendations or if anyone can refer me to someone (mobile based) who offers their services to perform Paintless dent removals on vehicles, during business hours. I work in the Inner west area, in Sydney.

If you are able to provide me with assistance please leave a reply in this thread or via PM, thanks.

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Hau works magic with his tools, hands, eyes and experience.

0433.248.666

He also does work for JapLink at Haberfield & his charges are very reasonable indeed.

Keep in mind that side panels, bonnet and boot are less time consuming than the roof.

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Hau works magic with his tools, hands, eyes and experience.

0433.248.666

He also does work for JapLink at Haberfield & his charges are very reasonable indeed.

Keep in mind that side panels, bonnet and boot are less time consuming than the roof.

I'm pretty sure he's the same guy I had hail damaged removed from yonks ago. Did a really good job. Not bad for the price too. More dents the cheaper it usually gets. lol.

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^ ^ ^ Dave's right!

Aluminium if dented again in the same area, doesn't seem to allow the molecules to line up in the same fashion again + over time, aluminium becomes less malleable and more brittle.

That's why golf club manufacturers gave up on aluminium shafts.

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