Paintless Dent Repair (PDR), also known as Paintless Dent Removal, is an environmentally-friendly repair method that restores a vehicle’s body to a factory-like condition in a fraction of the time at a fraction of the cost. PDR can be used to remove dings and dents from vehicles, as well as body creases and hail damage.
PDR can remove a variety of dents, dings, and body creases. PDR is a specialized technique utilized to restore vehicles to their factory condition quickly and cost-effectively. Additionally, if there is no damage to the paint, the dent, ding, or crease is likely repairable using PDR. Moreover, PDR is an excellent solution to help restore your vehicle to its original condition for dents of all sizes, including small hail damage to large creases
Standard paintless dent repairs are very time efficient and, in most cases, can be completed the same day. However, PDR times can vary based on the severity of damage such as size, positioning on the vehicle, and quantity of dents, dings, or creases. More specifically, hail damage may take a few days to completely remove all the damage on the surface area of the vehicle.
The paintless dent repair process involves four primary steps, outlined below:
Assess the damage
Gain entry to the dent
Get a better look at the dents
Apply slow pressure to work out the dent
The PDR process can be completed with same-day service, depending on a dent’s severity, and the results are amazing; even more so considering how non-invasive and quick the process really is.