Paintless Dent Repair is a process in which a car body is repaired without removing the exterior of the car. The technique works by taking advantage of the metal’s natural memory. A smaller dent will return to its original shape, whereas a larger dent will stretch the metal, causing the paint to crack. As a result, paintless dent repair is an effective way to correct dents.

Paintless Dent Repair

The technique is a good choice for repairing a large but shallow dent or crease on a vehicle. It can also be used on a crease. However, it is not ideal for very sharp dents. It is possible to repair a dent by applying a bit of force on the dent, but it should be remembered that paintless dent repair is not reversible. This means that a car owner should be aware of the cost before he or she starts the process.

A paintless dent repair technician will use a specially-designed tool to apply pressure on the dent. The tool will then push the indented metal back into position, preserving the factory finish. The technician will first determine which angle and technique will be most effective in repairing the dent. Then, they will work from the outer edge of the dent until it disappears. This process will work best if the damaged area has sharp edges and torn metal, is close to the edge of the panel, or is located close to a previous bodywork area.