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What is Paintless Dent Repair (PDR)

Paintless Dent Repair (PDR) is a process in which small dings, dents, creaseshigh spots, hail and acorn damage are removed from a vehicles bodywork without the need for traditional methods of filling and painting.

Providing the paintwork is not damaged. We are able to gently and skillfully remove these unsightly dents from your vehicle using specialist tools and equipment.

Paintless Dent Repair is the fastest, cleanest, most eco-friendly and efficient method of repairing minor damages from your vehicle because we are not repainting your vehicle. We are not sanding down the paint, creating dust and using harmful chemicals which can cause damages not only to the vehicle, but to you and the environment.

We remove these dents by accessing the vehicles bodywork from the inside of the panel. We then work the metal with specialist tools and equipment and gently massage the metal back to its true original form. If access is limited, we use a technically advanced glue pulling system. This process does not affect the paint, eliminating the need to panel beat, use body fillers or repaint the vehicle.

This method keeps your vehicles original factory finish so does not effect your vehicles paintwork warranty. So retains the value as well as keeping it original.

If however the paint is damaged. If its only a small mark or chip, Sometimes we can just touch it in to save on costs and paintwork.

Alternativley we also work alongside some of the best S.M.A.R.T Repair Businesses as well as Alloy wheel Repair and Detailers in and around London, Essex and Hertfordshire so please get in touch and we can refer you.

So what can be repaired?

We are always asked the big question?

What can be repaired?

All dents are as unique as a fingerprint, so no two are the same. There are many factors in recognising what can be repaired and what can't including:​

  • Size?

  • Location?

  • Can we access behind the dent?

  • Severity?

  • Sharpness?

  • Vehicle Make and Model?

  • Is the paintwork original?

  • Is the paint damaged?

  • How was the damage formed?

  • What material is the panel made from?

  • Is the material stretched?

  • Colour of the vehicle?

Heres a few examples..

Here we have a small to medium size dent on an Audi Q3. This has an aluminium tailgate. This has good access. The paint is slightly scuffed but not damaged. We are able to remove this dent completely. We then machine polish the area to remove any imperfections.

*This is intended as a guide only. Please send us images and fill out our quote form to see if your damage can be repaired.

Here we have a medium size dent on a Mercedes E Class. The dent is located on the rear C Pillar and has no access from behind. Because the dent is not too sharp we are able to use our glue pulling system to remove this without harming the paint.

*This is intended as a guide only. Please send us images and fill out our quote form to see if your damage can be repaired.

Here we have a large dent on a Vauxhall Meriva. The dent is located on the rear quarter panel. We where able to remove the interior trims and access this from behind. We pride ourselves on taking on big damage so please check out our gallery and if you need a quote, please don't hesitate.

*This is intended as a guide only. Please send us images and fill out our quote form to see if your damage can be repaired.

What cannot be repaired?

Here is a few examples for what cannot be repaired. For example of no access, too close to the edges, too severe, paint damage or even bad previous paintwork.

*This is intended as a guide only. Please send us images and fill out our quote form to see if your damage can be repaired.