R.R. Bridge Fisher

Paintless dent removal?

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cost and quality of ding repair largely depends on the location and size of the dings, using the old school method they gotta access the back side to push ding out, so if the ding is in the middle of the door and they can go through the window slit, it's easy, on the other hand if they have to start pulling parts to access the ding the price goes up, if the ding is at a crease in the sheet metal it's difficult to get out

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Not just rods pushing from the inside anymore, they also use tabs, hot glue, and slide hammers to pull dings and large dents. It's very effective.

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On 3/20/2018 at 6:28 AM, Wayne Tj said:

Not just rods pushing from the inside anymore, they also use tabs, hot glue, and slide hammers to pull dings and large dents. It's very effective.

air too!

 

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I've used Dent Wizard and competitor here in NJ multiple times with no issues at all.

Don't know what car/s you're looking to get work done on but car dealerships also have paintless dent removal companies they deal with directly.

 

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