The method PDR or Paintless Dent Repair has recognized as the art of fixing dents, dings, and hail damage without damaging the original paint. It is a skill-based technique used all over the world. But how is it being done? Tools used? Does dry ice works? Or glue pullers? Here are the tools and methods technicians utilize to perform a complete Paintless Dent Repair.
It comes in every size and shape depending on what type of damage or the specifics of the dented metal panel, and they all have their different purpose.
Rod Tools or PDR Rods
Brace, Hand, and Hook Tools
Lined Dent Board
91% Isopropyl Alcohol
The most popular techniques of PDR use body picks and metal rods to push the dents out from the back of the affected panel. Glue pulling is another method utilized as an option depending on the size and location of the dents. The plastic tabs are glued in the damaged area and then connecting a pulling tool to these tabs, then applying force to soften or remove, but sometimes this can result in the paint being pulled off. This method requires skills and expertise to avoid any paint issues.
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In both techniques, fine-tuning of the repair area sometimes requires tapping down the impacted area to remove small high spots or shrink the metal to make it flat. Some panels can be fixed using the same method and can get the same results.
Wyo Dent Co Can Help
At Wyo Dent Co, we can fix your car's minor dents and dings without the need for expensive, labor-intensive filling, painting, and sanding. Our highly experienced technicians have performed paintless dent removal on almost every make and model possible. We aim to do everything desirable to restore your car to its original finish while saving you time and money!