Paintless Dent Removal Will Give a Facelift to Your Carby Ace of Dents Ace Of dents
PDR or Paintless Dent Removal is a common name, which is used in unison for a number of techniques, which are used for minor dent repair, and dings from the panels and the body of car and automobiles. PDR can be used to repair a number of types of dents and dings where the paint has been left intact. The common use of PDR is in small dent repair like removing door dings, dents and hail damage. PDR can also be used effectively to conceal high spots, minor creases and so also plastic bumper indentation.
PDR involves massaging or pushing the inner side of the affected area and restoring it to the original state. Different types of tools are used and this includes metal rods and picks. PDR techniques are continuously being innovated and the technicians can use different lights and reflection boards to enable better precision and quality of work. Sometimes glue is also used to pull the dents out if it is not possible to approach the panels from behind with props and rods. Final touches are done by tapping and reshaping the repair to make the surface flat.
If the PDR is done professionally, and there is no damage to the existing paintwork and it is impossible to discern any difference even to the most critical eyes. One of the most important features of any PDR procedure is that there is no need for any filler, sanding or repainting as is seen in any conventional repainting job. Therefore the paintless dent repair cost is very low. Another advantage of the PDR job is that it is incredibly quick unlike the conventional repainting job which can take days or even longer. Mobile paintless dent removal can also afford repair services on a mobile basis so that you can repair your vehicle at your place. The PDR procedure can take ten minutes to a few hours to complete and this depends upon the size, depth and the location of a dent.
All the advantages mentioned above makes PDR an attractive and increasingly popular alternative to the conventional forms of auto body work. One must understand that the dings and the dents though trivial are a blot on the otherwise perfect body of your vehicle. These dings and dents multiply in number and considerably lower the face value of your vehicle. A properly skilled PDR expert can remove 90% of the dents and the dings. PDR is least invasive and also very efficient and cost-effective method of removing minor dents and dings.
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