Car Dent Tutorial

  • Insert a glue stick into the glue gun. Plug in the gun and allow it to warm up for two to three minutes.
  • Identify the deepest area of the dent with your hands. Clean this area with a rag
  • Place a dime-sized amount of hot glue onto the cleaned area. Allow the glue to sit for one to two minutes to become tacky.
  • Set the puller horizontally onto the damaged area. The suction cup stick is then inserted into the hole in the center of the puller.
  • Insert the knob found in the kit onto the end of the stick and continue to twist further down the stick until you hear a "pop" that indicates the dent has been removed.
  • Remove any remaining glue residue from the automobile with a rag.
  • This process works best when the vehicle panel to be repaired is between 60-80 degrees Fahrenheit. The hot glue will not set or cure at high temperatures. For best results, do not perform the repairs in the direct sunlight, as the hot glue may not set properly. Position the vehicle panel in a shaded area or let the panel cool down before performing the repair.

    Dent pulling devices have limitations and are not designed to repair collision damage or dents located in thick metal. Extremely deep dents, rigid areas of the vehicle panel and dents that have existing paint damage may not be repairable using slide hammers and dent lifters. Never use dent pullers on vehicles with previous body repair where bondo or body fillers were used. Product is only recommended for use on factory OEM painted vehicles.