Paintless Dent Repair is a simple, quick and extremely effective process that can completely eradicate many types of minor dents without causing harm to the paint of your vehicle. The process is completed by carefully and gently massaging the underside of the dented panel.
It is a cost effective way to repair surface damage caused by door dings, hail storms, runaway shopping carts and other minor traffic accidents without cracking the paint or grinding the exterior face of the vehicle. Paintless Dent Removal means no bondo, no fillers, and no primers. In nearly all cases, your vehicle is restored to its original condition with absolutely no evidence of a repair being made.
Save Time and Money
Before Paintless Dent Repair came onto the scene, car owners were forced to pay substantial prices for simple dent and ding repairs. And car owners were left without their vehicle for as long as an entire week while the body shop mechanics worked on their vehicle. Paintless Dent Removal often costs far less, and in many cases the entire process can be completed within a day (or less)!
Types of Minor Dents Repaired
The Paintless Dent Removal process is not a “one size fits all” solution. There are some limitations regarding the types of dents that can be successfully repaired. Huge, massive dents that are caused by collisions with other vehicles are usually not an option. These types of dents are very often too deep, and the metal is too severely stretched for the Paintless Dent Removal process to work effectively. But Paintless Dent Repair does work very well for dents and dings that are approximately the size of a golf ball or smaller. The specific location of the dent may also come into play. And if the exterior paint is already chipped or cracked, this may be another sign that the Paintless Dent Removal process may not be the best repair method.
A Great Choice for Lease Returns
The Paintless Dent Repair is a “no drilling” process, which essentially means that the exterior surfaces are not punctured in any way during the repair process. In the traditional methods of dent repair, many times the mechanics are forced to punch or drill small holes into the surface of the vehicle so that they can actually reach the underside of the dented area. As a result, bondo is added, primer is placed, buffing and grinding of the outer surface follows, and the paint is them reapplied. If the dent is ideal for the Paintless Dent Removal if it’s far more viable solution.
Paintless Dent Removal is a great option for many types of dents and dings. It’s done in a timely manner, can be far less costly and often will preserve the intergrity of the vehicle’s body by eliminating the need for drilling, priming and repainting.
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