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A vehicle dent puller, sometimes referred to as a car dent remover or dent lifter, works exactly as its name implies: it pulls or lifts out the dents on a car, thereby helping to realign and straighten the dented parts in the process. It is basically an ideal solution to repair dents on vehicles without first damaging the external paint finish.

What are the dent pullers available in the market?

There are quite a few types of automotive dent pullers on sale in the market, among them, suction dent pullers and glue dent pullers are the two most commonly found dent pullers. Also known as air dent puller, a suction dent lifter basically utilizing a dent removal suction cup that is sufficient to cover the dented area to lift out the dent. On the other hand, glue tab dent pullers basically include both hot glue dent pullers and cold glue dent pullers, with the latter as a newer technique for dent pulling and less sticky than hot glue.

What is the difference between a paintless dent repair (PDR) tool and a dent puller?

Paintless dent repair (PDR) is referring to the general dent fixing process that does not involve any paint removals. And of course, the prerequisite of such is that the exterior paint finish must first still remain intact despite the dents. Hence a PDR kit may include various sizes of dent pullers even for a mini suction cup dent puller or different dent puller glue sticks.

Do Do-It-Yourself (DIY) dent pullers work?

Yes, in general, all types of dent pullers, including the less well-known magnetic dent puller should work on minor dents on any flexible and flat car bodyworks, or at least provide many improvements to the dents even if they are unlikely to give a pristine finish.

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