Does Dentwizard use suction cups? How well does this technique work. . .I've always gone to body shops in the past (requires repainting, etc. . .), but would love to find a cheaper alternative that works.StreetTrixE4six said:i used dentwizard about 2 months ago. they did an excellent job and the dents have not come back. their work is waranteed for life as well or as long as you own the car, something like that. the dealerships use them and add usually $150-200 profit for themselves. that's why u paid so much. actually you should've paid alot less. dent wizard charges $150 per panel. guy did it on the side for me for $100 cash.
As far as I know, dent wizard doesn't fix scratches. So it's better to bring your car back to that dealership and get it fixed again.BAVARIAN323i said:I never take the car out of the garage, and a signifigant other dented and scratched the side panel....they were apologetic and said they'd pay for it but nothing can say I'm sorry to that..
Even though the dealer sucks, they have a way to patch of the scratches well...i think ill bite the bullet and go back, unless theres a better way
You mean the Ding King and the guy with the lisp? I read it don't do jack. But, that was just his opinion.carguy84 said:Hey Bav, dent wizard took mine out for $75 a panel, $150 total, of course then they proceeded todrive my car into another parked car twice, but that's a different story...
If it doesn't need repainting, I'd try them . Also, I saw in Walgreens today a dent pull that was suction/hotglue based. Actually saw the infomercial for it the other day, who knows if it really works but for $20-30, worth a shot.