Can you pop out dents in your car on super-hot days with an ice cube?
Is it true that if you have a dent, such as from hail damage, in your car that putting the car in direct sun on super hot days and then putting an ice cube in the middle of the dent will pop out the dent, looking good as new? My old car ('94 Corolla) has seen it all but really could benefit from fewer hail dents. (Think golf ball, only not as deep).
I have heard of people using hair dryer and hot ice, so who knows it is worth a try.
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