The “PDR” process
A skilled paintless dent repair technician can remove up to 100% of the damage using specially designed PDR tools. The metal is meticulously massaged from behind the dent bringing the metal back into its original form. The technician accesses the dent through window openings, removing headlights, tail lights and wheel well openings. The process is considered to be an art taking many years to become an expert technician.
Here is an example of a typical crease made by a shopping cart. This 5 frame time-lapsed set of photos illustrate the techniques how we work the dent with special tools, starting from one end of the dent to the other, slowly and meticulously bringing it back to its original state.
Click Here to see our photo gallery of before and after images of paintless dent repairs. See the results for yourself!
2012 Honda CR-V tailgate dent customer accidentally backed into a tree creating a pretty extreme dent that we were able to repair and save them from a bodyshop repair and re-painting.
2013 Hyundai Veloster right front fender dent, customer was hit by another car in parking lot where we were able to buff out scratches and remove all damages by our 100% paintless method.
2015 Jeep Grand Cherokee large fender dent.
2011 Mazda Miata Dent.
HOW IT’S DONE
First please contact us via email, text message, or phone, (please see contact page), where you can be reached or be contacted by our office staff who will set up an appointment for a free estimate. Next, an experienced mobile technician will be dispatched to either your home, place of employment, or a convenient location where the technician will estimate the damage cost and repair time. If the customer agrees to the estimate, our technician can either start the repair process immediately, or you can set up an appointment at a more convenient time.
The dent removal process usually takes anywhere from 30 minutes to two hours, depending on the size and amounts of dents involved. After the dent removal process is complete, the customer can examine the repaired area which has been restored to its original factory finish.