Dent Removal Question from Edward Nunn

Submitted on 03/08/2011

Hi there, I have these dents on my Peugeot 306 passenger door. The ones closest to the wing mirror were caused by something hitting the car when going along the motorway (a bit scary) but I have no idea how the dent which the metal has folded outwards occurred! Any ideas? More to the point, is there anything you can do to help? I’m particularly interested in seeing if you can help with the dent that’s folded out. Cheers, Ed Model: Peugeot 306


I've had a second opinion from our dent technician on this, as it puzzled me. He says he thinks yes it may have been it from something fast. If it's hit hard enough it can cause a ripple effect. This may have caused both dents. I would suggest that it needs to be done at a good car bodyshop. You may want to get a couple of opinions on this as some body shops may be able to repair it, and some may want to just replace the door. We recommend Kraftwork. But they are nearer us. Here is a link to a page which you can read and then follow the links through to their site. You may want to give them a call with your question number if you think it's worth travelling to them. They may be able to give you an idea as to whether they think they could repair it, by just looking at the pictures.

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