Paintless Dent Repair

WHAT IS PAINTLESS DENT REPAIR?


Paintless Dent Repair is the removal of door dings, minor dents and hail damage from automobiles without painting. FIX-A-DENT PDR uses innovative tools to get in behind the dent and massage the metal back to its original position. Our artisans can access almost any panel on any vehicle.

Specialty tools involve rods and picks to "push" the dents out from behind the metal.

Specialty tools involve rods and picks to “push” the dents out from behind the metal.

  • ECO-FRIENDLY – Fix-A-DENT PDR technicians are trained to repair the dings and dents on vehicles to its original factory-finished appearance using new metal pressure and sculpting methods without the use of expensive and damaging paint or fillers.
  • LESS COST – The cost of PDR is typically half the price of what a conventional body shop would charge.
  • LESS TIME – Minor door dings and dents usually take half a day. Hail damage can be removed one to two days!
  • SAVES ORIGINAL FACTORY FINISH – Custom designed tools and techniques are used by applying subtle pressure which beautifully restores your vehicle to a like new, pre-dent condition. Paintless Dent Repair is different because the factory finish is maintained with minor dents and hail damage removed from the “inside-out”.

Paintless Dent Repair requires an incredible amount of knowledge surrounding the properties of metal. FIX-A-DENT PDR’s expert techs know how to manipulate and bend it from below and from the top side – allowing it to slowly bend back into a smooth, flat surface. This revolutionary process allows small to large sized minor dents and dings to be removed while preserving the vehicle’s original paint and finish.

Specialty lighting and reflection boards allow trained techs to visualize the deformation of the dent and locate the tip of their tool. Utilizing specialty metal rods and body picks, they push out the dents from the underside of the body panel.

Glue and specially designed tabs are used to pull out the dents from the outside of the panel. Small high spots are then fine-tuned by tapping down and blending to match the texture of the paint.

"Blending" involves tapping down small high spots to match the texture of the paint.

“Blending” involves tapping down small high spots to match the texture of the paint.