If you're somebody who's just finding out about paintless dent removal for the first time, and you're wondering if your dents can be repaired with paintless dent removal in Elmhurst, IL, the Paintless Way would like to invite you to stop by our auto body shop during normal business hours for a full body inspection. We will examine your vehicle's dents, let you know what your options are, and tell you what the cost of repair will be.
Paintless Dent Removal is an Art Form
If you are just learning about PDR, you might be shocked to know that PDR has been a technique used for dent repair since the early 1900s in auto assembly facilities, although the technique wasn't popularized until a much later time. Paintless dent removal is an art form that requires much training, practice, and experience to master. Proudly, the Paintless Way boasts the area's premier auto body technicians, offering PDR to the public from highly skilled hands.
Paintless Dent Removal Requires Expert Hands
Paintless dent removal is not as easy as you may have been led to believe on late night TV commercials. If it was, there would be no industry for PDR. Everybody would just pay $19.99 (plus shipping and handling) and have their own PDR tool handy for when dents arise. The truth is that PDR is not just a suction cup that pops the dents out. Most PDR techniques require picks and rods that are used to knock out the dents from the inside of the panel, not the top or the outside.
Even if a person did this correctly, there would likely still be high spots. If they push too hard, the paint will split. With the use of heat and very careful hands, the skilled technicians at the Paintless Way can remove the dents in your vehicle without the small high spots and without causing the paint to chip or crack. Can you do this on your own?
PDR is a Science
Even with PDR, there are times when some sanding, filler, and painting is required. In these instances, the Paintless Way will utilize a PDR technique called Push to Paint. Although the name 'paintless dent repair' sounds simple, and although there are infomercials that air on TV depicting PDR to be as simple as placing a suction cup against the body and popping it into place, the reality is that PDR is a bit of a science. For example, paintless dent repair will involve a highly experienced auto body tech who knows how to skillfully manipulate the dent's surrounding metal to exact heights. All of this requires specialty instruments and in-depth knowledge.
Get Rid of Your Dents Once and for All
For the best paintless dent removal in Elmhurst, IL, rely on the services of the Paintless Way. We've got the tools, instruments, equipment, and expertise to do PDR the right way. When we're finished, you'll never be able to tell that a dent was there.Paintless Dent Removal Elmhurst IL