Paintless Dent Removal – A Phenomenon of Swet Simplicity

If your auto has been damaged by hail or has a some pressure dents you no doubt have been shocked by the smash repairers quote.

“What? $5000.00! But it’s only a little bit of hail”, you say.

“Yes, but we have to cut back the paint on the roof, the hood and give it a complete respray, including baking and also redo the clear coat. It’s the only way we can do it”

Well not any more!

One of the best ways to handle hail damage is paintless dent removal.

Usually repairs can be completed on the same day. There is no paint matching necessary and the factory finish remains intact.

Specially trained operators with a few tools can straighten out doors, fenders, the roof so you wouldn’t even know there was a ding.

There is know drilling, putty or painting required. It can be used on dents, creases, protrusions and even difficult to get at areas.

And the great thing is the cost. Because it’s mostly labour, you are not paying for materials. Costs are usually 1/3 to 1/2 the
price of traditional methods.

Make sure you go with a provider that will give you a warranty on their work.

Summary
So if you are thinking about fixing dents – think paintless dent removal – as an alternative to the traditional smash repair
shop.

Graeme Sprigge is an automotive writer and webmaster of Sell My Car For Cash.com. You canvisit http://www.sellmycarforcash.com for more articles and resources on selling your car for more, car finance and insurance tips.

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