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How to remove dents on cars with household items

Dimples on your XE can make your engine look untidy and even cause MOT damage – but motorists can save expensive mechanic costs by fixing small dents. with an unwanted household item.

Just beware that do-it-yourself fixes can be cheaper, but they can also make matters worse if you don’t know what you’re doing.

Severe damage to your car that is considered dangerous, such as on your bumper, can cause it to fail MOT

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Severe damage to your car that is considered dangerous, such as on your bumper, can cause it to fail MOTCredit: Alamy

There are many reasons why you might have a dent in your car.

They can be caused by an accident or if you hit your car while trying to park it.

Debris on the road or inclement weather like hail can also create them.

Dimples on your car can make it harder to sell because potential buyers may be left out and you may end up paying a lower price.

In some cases, severe damage to your vehicle that is considered dangerous, such as in your bumper, can cause the vehicle to fail the MOT.

Indentations can also cause corrosion, which can create long-term damage to your engine.

But you don’t necessarily need to find a mechanic if you want to sort out small dents.

The solution may lie among your household items.

Pistons may have more to do with a clogged toilet or sink, but experts say the tool can help remove small dents in your car, saving you money on repairs.

First, check how big the dent is and where it is on your vehicle.

Comparison site Get a Car indicates that the dent can be repaired at home if it does not damage the paintwork and if no cracks have caused it.

However, it warns that very large dents cannot be sucked out and it is not capable of working on body panels made of aluminum.

You will need a basin of hot water and a piston.

First, pour hot water over the dented surface to soften the material.

Then place the piston on the indentation, press down and pull up.

Your dent will then pop out.

You may need several to make a deep dent and if it doesn’t work the first time.

This also won’t work if there’s a hole in your plunger, so check its condition.

Make sure you’re confident about what you’re doing as any other damage caused may not be covered by your car’s warranty or insurance.

It’s best to leave it to the professionals if you’re unsure.

A plunger isn’t the only household item that can help fix a car.

We reveal how a Everyday household items can help crack a windshield.

We also looked at how £10 windshield repair kit can save you hundreds.

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Caroline Bleakley

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