PAINTLESS DENT REPAIR
PDR is a great process that works on a wide array of dents and dings. It is a great method that involves no chemicals and can restore a vehicle’s body to its almost original, pre-dent condition. Unlike our competitors, at Dentless Touch our company policy is to never drill any panels, use bondo, filler, or paint. We have repair facilities in Alexandria, VA, Manassas, VA, Waldorf, MD, and Rockville, MD.
At Dentless Touch our mission is to give you, the client, the best dent removal experience possible. We achieve this by having the most experienced staff in the industry, an insatiable passion for excellence, and a true love of our work. We take pride in being faster and cheaper than the alternatives like body shops and have developed time and cost-saving techniques that we strive to hand down to the next generation of paintless dent removal experts.
The Dentless Touch vision is to become the nation’s leading paintless dent removal authority. With a youtube channel with millions of viewers, multiple shops in the Virginia / Maryland area, and a growing presence both online and in the community–we are watching this vision unfold every day.
WHY CHOOSE US?
Paintless dent removal is a highly specialized craft that utilizes unique tools and and exclusive techniques toremove door dings, dents, and hail damage without requiring expensive paint.
WHAT IS THE
PDR works by first assessing the location and the extent of the dent. This is critical because not all dents are created equal. To effectively complete PDR, a technician must gain access to all sides of the dent. As a result, the dent itself must be evaluated so that the technician understands the scope of how to access it. This may mean removing interior panels to gain access. With the PDR technique you gain access to the back of the dent rather than a frontal approach. The technique of PDR is more effective and versatile because it addresses the dent directly.
Once the technician has access to the dent, special tools are utilized to push the dent out and mold the body of the car back to its pre-dent shape. This process requires a skilled hand and attention to detail. Common tools used in this process includes hammers and specially shaped and formed rods.
Once the technician is comfortable with the result of the repair, they will reassemble (R&I) any piece of the car body that may have needed to be removed and will perform any necessary clean up measures to make the car presentable and ready for delivery. Click video to view the repair process.
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