Opting for paintless dent repair or PDR is an excellent way to eliminate the dings and dents of your car. Keep in mind, though, that this only works for big, shallow dents. Anything too tiny and deep isn’t going to be as easy to fix. However, if you’re lucky enough that a PDR will work on your vehicle, here are some of the benefits you can look forward to:
The National Alliance of Paintless Dent Repair Technicians or NAPDRT says that one of the best advantages of choosing PDR is that most repair jobs take less than an hour to get done. If you’re sending your car in for hail damage, that time frame stretches to a day. Both are a far cry from the two to three-week timeframe most body shops go for.
It’s way more affordable than traditional repair methods. With PDR, there’s no need to grind the dent, put in some filler. Nor will you need to sand, prime, and repaint the area. You can eliminate all those steps, so there’s labor and costs involved.
PDR doesn’t use any harsh chemicals. You won’t have to use any primers or solvents to get the job done, making the entire process an eco-friendly one.
It can be tough to find the exact shade of paint to match your car’s original paint job. However, since there’s no repainting necessary with this solution, you get to keep the old one. There’s no need to worry about mismatching paint jobs or scouting around until you find one that matches.
All in all, this is an efficient solution, and one that’s offered at an incredibly low cost. If you’re looking for a way to improve your car’s appearance, this is an option you might want to take a long, considerate look at.
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