If you have a dent in your car, you may wonder about the best way to remove it. In this video, there is a demonstration of paintless dent removal. When a vehicle has been dented, it is always apparent that the car’s surface has been stretched and weakened. Even a tiny ding in a car is noticeable, so dent removal makes a big difference.
How Paintless Dent Removal Works
To perform paintless dent removal, the auto technician must access the dent from the underside of the car’s surface. To access these parts, car panels and taillights are often removed. Pressure is then applied to the underside of the dent with special tools, which stretch the car surface back to its original shape. Paintless dent removal is often completed in one day, although more extensive damage (especially hail damage) can take longer.
Advantages of this Method
This method will efficiently repair dents, dings, and damage from hail to the surface of your car. Paintless dent removal received its name because when it is finished, the surface doesn’t have to be repainted. The significant difference between paintless dent repair and the traditional method is that no dent filler is needed, and sanding is unnecessary. After the dent removal, the car’s finish will look like its original finish.