Cost effective way of fixing dents in Mazda2

Cost effective way of fixing dents in Mazda2

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white_wolf87

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22 posts

60 months

Sunday 26th June
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Dear all,

A few years ago a lorry drove down a tiny road and squeezed past my car denting two panels of my wifes 2012 Mazda2 (a car this forum helped me find!)

We are looking to sell this car now, it's probably only worth about ~£2.5k, so I am looking at a cost effective way of fixing these dents

[Apparently] you can use a plunger and hot water to fix the dents, athough it had no effect when I tried

I also thought about trying to look for replacement door panels - but they are quite rare in this colour - clear water blue

Does anyone have any other suggestions? Or should I just sell as is...given the age.



steveo3002

9,553 posts

154 months

Sunday 26th June
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sell it as is ...theres no magic /cheap way to fix accident damage

V8covin

5,418 posts

173 months

Sunday 26th June
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A good pdr man could improve it,it's finding one in your area who's willing to spend more than 5 minutes on the job

paintman

7,128 posts

170 months

Sunday 26th June
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^^^^That.

If you're in the Leicestershire area try Dent Brothers or Dent Technique.