Cold shrinking is a process in motor vehicle bodyworks. Compared with hot shrinking, cold shrinking is a longer process, but it is the most preferred method and most common especially where the stretched area is bigger. Cold shrinking is mostly done by use of a dolly hammer. The rough surface is the fill using a body filler or a body solder in order to give a smooth finish.
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