Paintless Dent Repair, also called paintless dent repair, refers to a technique of removing small dents from a car’s body without the use of traditional bodywork materials such as paint. This technique uses small tools called paintless dent repair tools that use electric currents to remove dents. These tools are composed of two metal cutting devices that have an electric source and a metal disc that holds a layer of paint. The tools are operated by a computer program that allows the operator to precisely control the tool’s movements. As the tool works, it extracts the metal disc from the paint, sanding the area so that the dent is smooth.
This process leaves no paint streaks on the metal surface of the panel. This type of dent removal can be performed on both steel and aluminum panels. It is possible to perform this procedure on panels that are raised or lowered. The tools used for this type of dent removal process are small and inexpensive. Paintless dent repairs are perfect for repairing small dents that cannot be fixed with paintbrushes. You can use this method to repair dents that have occurred over time, such as when your car sits in a parking lot for a long period of time.
Paintless dent pdr machines offer a cost-effective way to repair small dings, scratches, and dents without risking paint over a large area. Paintless Dent Repair is ideal for repairing small dings, scratches, and dents that occur on cars with factory paint because the techniques avoid causing paint to be peeled from the panels. This type of technique offers many advantages over other methods of paintless dent repair.