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PDR

 

Having performed paintless dent removal on thousands of cars and motorcycles, Mark and Sam are not only experts in the art of PDR but are also keenly aware of how most of the vehicles on the road today are built and what they actually require when it comes to removing dents. There are hundreds of different access ports, panels and areas they need to utilize in order to perform their PDR magic.

 

Once mastered, a skilled technician can meticulously remove dents and dings from any panel on your vehicle. New tool designs provide better access as well as the ability to do large dents. Consumer awareness of PDR is growing and paintless dent removal has become widely used over the past decade by car dealers, body shops, rental agencies and auctions to prepare vehicles for resale. 

 

We use specially designed metal tools to gently apply pressure to the backside of your car's sheet metal. Your factory finish remains in tact and your dents will never reappear. The skill of the dent technician determines the quality of the repair. At Dentmark, we take pride in performing the highest quality paintless dent removal. 

 

No vehicle on the road today, no matter how well cared for, is exempt from the inevitable door dings and minor dents which can frequently occur. Using a unique Paintless Dent Removal (PDR) method, most repairs are completed in less than an hour, often while you wait, without the use of traditional Body Shop repair.

 

These facts not only make PDR affordable but preferable as well. By offering you convenience and quality while saving you both time and money, it's easy to understand why Dentmark is the only choice.

 

How is Paintless Dent Removal done?

 

PDR technicians use specialized tools to massage the metal back into its original form from behind the dent. Depending on the location of the damage, the panel is accessed through window openings or through other access openings. Rarely is an interior panel removed for access, which aides the speed of the process. You need to be able to 'read the reflection' to see where the dent ends and then you have to comprehend where the tip of the tool is. From there it is skill and patience." In a typical dent removal, the metal is slowly massaged back into its original position with small sections being worked at a time. The dent becomes progressively smaller as the technician works to shrink it down bit by bit; eventually the dent becomes so small it blends with the surface texture of the paint and disappears completely. Most repairs can be completed in under an hour.

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