Just turned up today, Graham squeezed me in and did the dent immediately. A brilliant job and a really nice fella. Very professional and a lounge with internet/tv/tea and coffee while you wait. I highly recommend him.
So glad I was recommended to use Dent Detail PDR after my prized 71 mustang was badly damaged by a hit and run driver in a car park. I was dreading the bashing out, fillers, paint and the bill. Graham did a great job at a great price. Highly recommend
Graham came to me at very short notice and provided a very professional friendly and high quality service to my vehicle. Would definitely use again and recommend to anyone looking for this kind of work.
Is PDR suitable for all types of dents?
PDR is most effective for small to medium-sized dents with no paint damage. Severe damage or dents near edges may not be suitable for PDR. To get a more detailed answer about your vehicle’s particular dent damage, it would be advisable to get in touch with us today and send us 2-3 images of the dent damage sustained via WhatsApp.
Can PDR be used to repair hail damage?
Yes, of course. PDR (Paintless Dent Removal) is a commonly used method to repair hail damage on vehicles, provided the dents are not too extensive. PDR is a non-invasive dent repair technique so regardless or how many dents have appeared, you can be sure that your vehicle will look as good as new upon completion.
Can PDR be used on all types of vehicles
Yes, PDR can be used on a wide range of vehicles, including luxury cars, as long as the damage is suitable for the technique. Dent Detail PDR have had the pleasure of providing dent repairs for 15-year-old vehicles to the latest Tesla’s!
How long does a typical PDR repair take?
The time required for a PDR repair depends on the size and complexity of the dent. Small dents can be fixed in as little as 30 minutes, while larger or multiple dents may take a few hours.
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