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Paintless Dent Repair

How Does Paintless Dent Repair Work?

By November 26, 2019No Comments
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auto body shopPaintless Dent Repair, or Paintless Dent Removal, is an eco-friendly procedure that helps restoring the paint layer of a vehicle to its factory-like condition. Fast and affordable, PDR can remove dings and dents, but also hails damage and body creases. This procedure consists from four main steps:

1. Assess the extent of the damage
2. Create entry to the dent
3. Careful examination of the dent
4. Apply light pressure and work out the dent slowly but surely.

Let’s take a detailed look at these four steps:

PDR Process and Techniques

Dent Wizard’s PDR technicians help drivers from ll over the country restore their vehicles to their original factory condition, without affecting either the pain finish or the wallet of their customers.

This article explains in detail how Dent Wizard’s paintless dent repair process works to make vehicles look like new again.

Assess The Damage

In order to fix it, you have to examine the dent and to determine its size, its location, and how easy you can get to it. Although 80% to 90% of all dents can be removed with the help of PDR, there are some that can’t be fixed using this procedure. You have to see whether the dent you’re dealing with is eligible or not.

Get Access To The Dent

In case you come to the conclusion that PRD can help fix a dent, you need to ensure access to the back side of the dent. This means that you need to remove tail lights, interior panels and anything else that may obstruct access. You can’t perform PDR if you don’t have access to the dent. Sometimes, this requires quite a lot of effort, but the results are well worth it.

Once the pathway is clear, it is time for our expert technicians to do their job.

Careful Examination Of The Dent

Thanks to the special light board, Dent Wizard’s technicians can take a better look at the dent from their point of view. They can determine the ideal location to place their tools on the back side of the dent to push the body of the car into its original position, without affecting the original paint finish.

Apply Light Pressure To Work Out The Dent

Technicians use special tools to gently massage the sheet metal to its original position.

The PRD process can be a one-day procedure, but this depends on the severity and on the location of the dent. The results are amazing, taking into consideration that this procedure is safe and non-intrusive.
Do you want to see PDR at work? The following video showcases one of our Dent Wizard technicians performing this procedure, step by step, to help everybody understand how paintless dent repair works:

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