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Paintless Dent Repair (PDR), additionally referred to as paintless dent removal, defines an approach of getting rid of minor dents from the body of a motor vehicle. A large range of damage can be repaired utilizing Paintless Dent Repair as long as the paint surface is undamaged. Paintless Dent Repair (PDR) might be made use of on both light weight aluminum as well as steel panels.
One of the most usual functional use for Paintless Dent Repair (PDR) is the repair of hail damage, door dings, small creases, huge damages as well as bodylines damages.
The method can also be utilized to prepare a damaged panel for repainting by minimizing the use of body filler. This technique is currently known as “push to paint” or “push to prep”.
Limiting variables for an effective repair work making use of Paintless Dent Repair (PDR) include the flexibility of the paint (a lot of today's polished automobile paint finishes enable successful PDR) as well as the extent to which the metal has been extended by the damages, which depends upon the thickness of the metal, the curvature or monotony where the damage happened and also the strength of the effect. Generally talking, the shallower the damage, the better the likelihood of paintless dent repair being a suitable alternative. Also dents several inches in size can be repaired by this method as long as the steel and also paint are not stretched. A lot of experienced professionals can fix a shallow large damage or fold to an appropriate degree, yet really sharp damages and creases might not be suitable for Paintless Dent Repair (PDR)..
Paintless Dent Removal Technics | Dent Pro Stanford MN
The most common PDR techniques utilize metal rods and body picks to push out the dents from the underside of the body panel. Glue and specially designed tabs may be used to pull out the dents from the outside of the panel. Fine tuning the repair often involves tapping down the repair to remove small high spots. Quality professionals can mix high spots to match the structure of the paint called orange peel. Pushing too hard can create high areas that cause the clear coat as well as paint to divide or fracture. Experienced professionals can stay clear of cracking or splitting with using warm, although a re-painted surface has a higher probability of cracking. Moreover, it is foolish to "adhesive pull" a repainted panel, since you run the risk of also pulling non manufacturing facility paint off. When damages is so excellent that body filler is required, a Paintless Dent Repair technician may "press to paint", solving most of the damage before small dental filling, sanding, and also painting, thereby saving time and expense.
Dent Pro Process
The Dent Pro procedure of paintless dent repair calls for a service technician to adjust specific areas of steel to the appropriate elevation, which can just be observed by the use of a Paintless Dent Repair reading tool such as a paintless dent repair light. LED or fluorescent lighting, or sometimes a reflection board, might be utilized to visualize the deformation of the damage and to help the specialist in locating the suggestion of the device being used to press the metal. Without a reflection from a source of light or board to read the damage, the fine detail of the process may not be suitable for the service technician.
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An auto repaired using Dent Pro techniques can be returned to its original shape without using paint or fillers, and the repair can be done more quickly and less expensively than with body shop techniques. Typically, Park Auto Body will not keep your vehicle more than 3 days to complete the dent removal process.
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We remove door dings, creases, hail damage, and dents from your vehicle while keeping the original paint job intact. Drop your car off at our shop in Stanford MN, or have us come to you! We offer both in-shop and mobile services throughout the Twin Cities metro area. Dent Pro Stanford MN
What Is PDR (Paintless Dent Repair)
Paintless dent repair (PDR), also known as paintless dent removal, describes a method of removing minor dents from the body of a motor vehicle. A wide range of damage can be repaired using paintless dent repair as long as the paint surface is intact. Paintless dent repair may be used on both aluminum and steel panels.
The most common practical use for paintless dent repair is the repair of hail damage, door dings, minor creases, large dents and bodylines damage.
The method can also be utilized to prepare a damaged panel for repainting by minimizing the use of body filler. This technique is currently known as "push to paint" or "push to prep".
Limiting factors for a successful repair using paintless dent repair include the flexibility of the paint (most of today's refined automotive paint finishes allow for successful PDR) and the extent to which the metal has been stretched by the damage, which depends on the thickness of the metal, the curvature or flatness where the damage occurred and the intensity of the impact. Generally speaking, the shallower the dent, the greater the likelihood of paintless dent repair being a suitable option. Even dents several inches in diameter can be repaired by this method as long as the metal and paint are not stretched. It is possible to repair a shallow large dent or crease to an acceptable level, but very sharp dents and creases may not be suitable for paintless dent repair.
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