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Be careful with tape with a strong adhesive. You don't want to do damage. I have used freezer tape or painters tape because they come off clean, but sometimes you need a little more stick, depending on the material and depth of the dimple.
 

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Agree with Icaillo, use a painters tape - the blue one or Frog tape. It works well but won't fix the 'creases' if there are any.
 
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