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Paintless Dent Removal

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Paintless Dent Removal


What is Paintless Dent Removal?

Paintless dent removal or PDR is the process of removing dents and dings from the body of a vehicle and keeping the paint surface intact. The most common and practical use for PDR is the repair of hail damage, door dings, minor creases, large dents and body lines damage.

How Does Paintless Dent Removal Work?

Paintless dent repair, also known as PDR, is the best course of action. It’s an economical solution to small, unsightly damages from shopping carts, hail, or other unexpected bumps on the road, as it doesn’t require sanding, filler, or the cost of keeping your car original.

Dent Master’s highly skilled technicians are able to assess the size and location of the dent (or other type of damage) and assess whether this technique is suitable for repairing your vehicle. This is usually a two to three day repair. If the evaluation shows that a PDR is a viable solution for your vehicle, our experienced technicians will either pull the dent out of the metal plate or pull out the dent using a specially designed tab. In all cases, however, the metal is tampered with in precise locations using a PDR reader called a paintless dent repair light.

Why Choose PDR?

Your car will never have better quality paint than the original paint it came from the factory with. Compared to traditional repairs that require the use of body filler and repainting damaged areas, paintless dent repair can help maintain your vehicle’s value by keeping the paint intact and there leaving no concerns about overspray or paint color differences.

With paintless dent repair you are likely to see significant savings over traditional dent repair. This modern process is much more convenient for car-owners and will allow you to quickly get back to your daily routine, while you also get back to riding in style.

For many people, traditional dent removal meant that the benefit of having a dent repaired did not outweigh the cost of the process. When you factor in the savings on materials such as body filler, primer and coats of expensive auto paint, it’s easy to see how choosing PDR can save you money.