What is Paintless Dent Removal

 

If you’ve been avoiding fixing that small dent on your passenger-side door, and you aren’t sure what your next steps would be to even fix it, contact Adams Collision Service and ask them about their Paintless Dent Removal (PDR) process. Not sure what that is? We can fix that for you, too.

What is Paintless Dent Removal?

Dent removal typically consists of either replacing the damaged part where the dent was located, or repairing and painting the panel conventionally where the dent was. Not all dents are suitable for the PDR process, but some small dents and dings are great candidates.

What is paintless dent removal

Paintless Dent Removal is when a technician removes the dent by restructuring it from behind the damaged panel. PDR repair technicians will start to repair the dent by pushing it back into place, and because they’re fixing the dent from behind, and not on the front-side of your car, your car won’t need a new coat of paint after they’re done fixing the dent. This type of repair can save you money.  

Benefits of Paintless Dent Removal

Drivers who elect to go with the PDR process will experience many different benefits, including:

  • No damaged paint, therefore no refinishing is required, saving time and money.
  • Quick and easy, with minimal turnaround time. Paintless dent removal means not having to wait that extra time for a part on your vehicle being replaced, or needing to have it repaired and painted conventionally.

Having a small dent can be stressful, but with paintless dent removal, you won’t have to stress anymore. The next time you’re debating whether to get that minor dent repaired, and are worried about how you’ll get it fixed, think about paintless dent repair. You won’t regret choosing this less invasive technique the next time you need to fix a dent. Contact Adams Collision Service at 847-961-5409 to set up an appointment today or to learn more about the qualifications for this unique way of repairing small dents and dings.

 

References
http://www.autotraining.edu/blog/what-is-paintless-dent-removal/
https://adamscollisionservice.com/services/