The Benefits of Having Auto Dent Specialists Repair Your Vehicle

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  • Traditional dent repair — This is an extensive and involved process that requires sanding off the original factory paint, hammering the damaged material back to its original form, filling in any gashes with clay, a second round of sanding, and then finally repainting, which requires a groundwork, a base coat, and a final coat of paint.
  • Paintless dent repair — This is the most common way of restoring your car to its original condition with no sanding and painting involved. Instead, a technician examines the damage and determines the best way to access it. That might be through a window, through the removal of an inner panel, or a similar tactic. The technician determines the right tool for the job, then starts at the outside edge of the damaged area and carefully massages the material back into the correct position. As the technician works, the damaged area will get increasingly small and then eventually disappear altogether.

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