Will You Ever Take Your Car To A Body Shop Again After Watching This?

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Real men punch out their car's dents and dings.

Now before we start we will say that there are many alternatives to taking your car into the body shop should you need a dent fixed. That being said we’re not going to mention any of those as none of them are as cool as what happens in this video. There’s not much we know about it, except that it stars a shirtless DIY genius who fixes a dent using only hot water and his fist. Does it get any more badass than that? You may already know about this trick but if you don’t then this video is worth a watch.

Normally pouring boiling water on your car and punching it leads to more trouble, so maybe just use this trick only when dealing with dents in plastic panels.

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