Spoons & Picks

Spoons & Picks

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  1. Slapping File Medium Cut
    Slapping File Medium Cut
    Slapping File Medium Cut
    $49.99
    Slapping File Medium Cut
    $49.99
  2. Slapping File Coarse Cut
    Slapping File Coarse Cut
    Slapping File Coarse Cut
    $48.99
    Slapping File Coarse Cut
    $48.99
  3. Fairmount Professional Dinging Spoon
    Fairmount Professional Dinging Spoon
    Fairmount Dinging Spoon
    $16.99
  4. Martin Long Curved Pick
    Martin Long Curved Pick
    Martin Long Curved Pick
    Reg. $48.99 Sale $44.09 Save $4.90
    Twist or pry to access dents inside
    doors or between inner/outer fenders
    Reg. $48.99 Sale $44.09 Save $4.90
  5. Martin Double End S-Spoon
    Martin Double End S-Spoon
    Martin Double End S-Spoon
    Reg. $58.99 Sale $53.09 Save $5.90
    Extended reach as an SUV fender
    and frame spoon; from Martin®
    Reg. $58.99 Sale $53.09 Save $5.90
  6. Martin Slapping Spoon
    Martin Slapping Spoon
    Martin Slapping Spoon
    Reg. $36.99 Sale $33.29 Save $3.70
    Surfacing spoon works for smoothing
    and shaping; from Martin®
    Reg. $36.99 Sale $33.29 Save $3.70
  7. Martin Light Dinging Spoon Model #1036
    Martin Light Dinging Spoon Model #1036
    Martin Light Dinging Spoon Model #1036
    Reg. $29.99 Sale $26.99 Save $3.00
    Martin Dinging Spoon helps you
    smooth and level ridges
    Reg. $29.99 Sale $26.99 Save $3.00
  8. Martin Long Handle Spoon Dolly Model #1052
    Martin Long Handle Spoon Dolly Model #1052
    Martin Long Handle Spoon Dolly Model #1052
    Reg. $44.99 Sale $40.49 Save $4.50
    Works inside door pockets, quarter
    panels, fenders; from Martin®
    Reg. $44.99 Sale $40.49 Save $4.50

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Autobody Slapping Spoons and Picks

Body Spoons & Picks

Hammers and dollies are great for big stuff, but what about more minor dings and dents? Sheet metal on cars has been getting thinner with each generation pretty much since the age of the Model T. If you are working on anything from the era of the muscle car up to the modern day, chances are the easier way to get the dents out is by poking and prying with a spoon or a pick. We've got spoons and picks in nearly every conceivable bend to reach nearly any dent. With practice and patience these tools can often be used without destroying the paint. We also carry flat surfacing and dinging tools to smooth out the high spots after the hammer and dolly have done the heavy work.