On Tue, 15 May 2018 18:02:14 +0100, Another Dave wrote:
A powerful hairdryer works wonders with plastic body panels but will be
of no help at all here.
If you're talking about an actual *crease* where the metal has been
sharply 'folded' to some extent then it's probably stretched and it will
never be how it was without the application of panel hammers, flippers
and dollies. Unless you're a pro (which is clearly not the case) I'd
either learn to live with it, or get the door re-skinned. The old craft
way of dealing with it tends to come out most expensive these days, so
not economically viable.
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Steel has to be well above paint discolouring temperature to affect it's
The only serious way is to remove the crease is to apply the same stress
as caused it. I've only ever contemplated getting to the other side of
the panel, by removing interior covers, hardware etc, and giving it some
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