Paintless dent repair is an environmentally friendly repair method that restores a vehicle's body to factory-like conditions in a fraction of the time at a fraction of the cost. PDR can be used to remove dings and dents from vehicles, as well as body creases and hail damage.
The paintless dent repair process involves four primary steps, outlined below:
1. Assess the damage
2. Gain entry to the dent
3. Get a better look at the dent
4. Apply slow pressure to work out the dent
Differences between paintless dent repair and traditional dent repair:
Traditional dent repair fills in auto body dents with paint or body filler, which is then matched to the rest of the vehicle's exterior. While this process can make a vehicle look as good as new, it does not address the actual dent in a way that is a sustainable, long-term solution. It is also time-consuming, expensive and can impact the resale value of your vehicle.
Paintless Dent Repair, on the other hand, requires no fillers and no sanding. More and more consumers are finding PDR to be an effective and inexpensive alternative to getting minor repairs done at a body shop. PDR offers more "bang for your buck" than traditional dent repair methods and is a great way to care for the condition of your vehicle's exterior affordably