No, this isn't true. Dry ice can not be used to pull a dent from a stainless steel refrigerator (or any stainless steel for that matter). The only way to pull a dent is using a suction device, like the ones they use for dents in automobiles.
This is untrue. Dry ice can be used to repair refrigerators through application to the water pipe, which cuts off the flow of water into the refrigerator. Dry ice is simply a solid form of carbon dioxide. It cannot be used to repair a steel surface any more than regular ice could.
This is the same method used for paintless dent repair and hail damage at most auto body shops. If you don't feel comfortable handling the dry ice, I'm sure you can find a body and fender man who would like to earn couple of bucks on the side.
1. Use a hair dryer and dry ice.
2. Just taking safety measures warm the dented area with the help of a dryer.
3. Then hold the dry ice firmly upon the area (procedure depends upon the requirement). The dent will come out.
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