Jeremy Vawter: You had a video with a guy taping the end of the tool. You should watch it.
naveen naveen: how am purchase this tools
Alex King: do not use these techniques on your vehicle your going to not only scratch the living crap out of the paint and primer on the inside of the panel but it will cause rust quicker/ more easily especially in a wheel well never mind spider cracks likely to appear from the paint flex. If you want to do PDR I strongly suggest getting a few actual PDR rods and glue pullers and doing some research on the matter. There are a few PDR techs who post on youtube. Just because you can saw down a philips head screwdriver to use as a standard doesn't mean you should. GET THE RIGHT TOOLS LEARN PROPER PDR TECHNIQUES.
William Levy: Would a screw driver work? Little dent is in the hood of car
Earth Shift: Thanks for the help !!
definedbyfate: Yeah I'm a paintless dent repair technician...and this video gave me brain cancer. The worst part is the comments and you people believing this crap.
David White: Stick to sniffing paint! You scraped up the inside of that car. Can you say rust and corrosion now? You cant even remember what the process is called. PDR Paintless Dent Repair. No special tools needed, right! Vidoe never showed a dent, or the repair finish. Im sure it looks wonderful, from your couch after a 6 pack.
Richard Dotson: Would that work on a 1992 Pontiac Firebird? I have a slight dent near the gas tank.
sidcon1: YOU THE MAN! LOVE YOUR VIDEOS AND THANK YOU BUDDY
rubbersole79: WTF? 47 dislikes? What for? No good deed goes unpunished I guess.
joohop: keep em comin young man
Mark Masengale: Freakin awesome!
SyntaxHeir: You the man Pete! Thanks for all the videos!
Eric Armstrong: Thanks for the video, Pete, very informative and entertaining!
Chuck Furrer: Totally me. Only I teach typewriter mechanics!
Brandon Fox: Hey my car got hit on the drivers side door and the dents are a lot deeper longer and wider than this its a 2005 ford taurus se and basicly im wondering if the pry bar will work(i do realize i have to take the door off and apart
John Zito: Love your Videos. Really learn a lot. BUT I have to say, if you ever get a movie made there is no doubt that Tommy Lee Jones should play you. ! Thanks for posting! Keep them coming!
hunkydude322: Hi, just very curious ,cause im from old school body and paint, and this pdr repair i think is a scam,but after watchin quite a few videos ,seems like its possible to do many small to medium dents, just want to get ur opinion on this pdr repair thats been around for maybe 10yrs or so, just temping to try a car or two on the pdr method. thanks .
diyautoschool: Yeah your right! And I could have used a peice of wood as well, and I could have showed painting the inside of the quarter panel, and I could have used a suction cup method, and I could have done alot of thing different then what I did! But I didn't.... Theres your answer! hope it answered your question and you came back to see if I answered your question, because we don't want to get confused and lost on how easy it is for a D.I.Y'er to fix a dent with a simple tool!
ANGEL Vazquez: Could use a little masking tape over the tool. Done this also with a small aluminum bat or the back of a wooden hammer handle. This is an old comment but I figure to put it here for people like me who come look later to see if their question was answered.
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