This June we where camping at my Mom's house in upper NYS. This was when the weather went nuts of swelter hot to hard rain and then worse hail.
We ended up with this, 5 minutes worth of destruction for any one in the area growing fruit. And any one with a vehicle out in it. The houses across the street dispersed it was coming down so hard. My BIL's wife had her new GM SUV about totaled being in the work parking lot. Our truck thank goodness was protected by my Mom's house and did not take a direct hit.
The camper was out in the field next to the house, oh boy...so after the storm passed I went out to looked and and did a quick walk around. Thank goodness, no damage. That was until the next morning when the sun was shining bright on the side of the camper. Oh no...
The siding that has Krystal Kote on it had no damage at all. However the strip of siding that has the decal striping is just painted aluminum and it was hit. The pics here do not show it as bad as it is. It does not show up that much until the bright sun hits it and then it looks like camper was shot with a blast of BB's.
Has anyone ever dealt with this? I'm looking for ways on how to fix this, myself. I do not recall seeing before on SOC this topic. I'm "hoping" someone has worked through fixing this themselves before.
My thoughts are "maybe" use the tools the pop a dent guys use on car dings. The only questions are this is not steel, it is thin aluminum. I have never "yet" seen how the auto pop a dent guys do this. Any one know?
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