Removing small dents from the body of any vehicle can seem like it costs a small fortune. Using traditional methods for dent repair, shops often charge as much as $500 and can take three to five days to get the car back to its owner. It requires grinding, fillers, primers, and new paint jobs, and doesn’t exactly send the car back to its owner looking like it just came off the line. Luckily there is a cheaper and more practical solution.
Paintless Dent Removal in Baltimore can fix small dents quickly without damaging the factory paint job. For vehicle owners this means less time without access to their car, less money spent on fixing a minor aesthetic issue, and a less obvious repair job. By massaging the dent from the back of the damaged panel or using specialized tools to remove it from the outside, auto body specialists with the proper tools and experience can repair dents without the need for removing paint. The paint that comes factory on a vehicle is quite flexible, but it’s not invincible. Paintless Dent Removal in Baltimore is the only proven way to fix minor dents without disturbing the original paint job.
Not all dents and dings can be fixed in this way. The main factors that determine whether or not this simple process will provide the necessary results are location and severity of the damage. Dents that are very deep, regardless of surface area, are difficult to repair using these methods. However, even plate sized problems can often be removed if they are shallow. This technique is practical for about 95% of minor dents.
Some shops offer discounts for multiple dents caused by inclement weather such as hail or other mitigating circumstances. Whether the vehicle has one or many small dents, repairing them can help to improve its appearance and return the body to factory like condition. Those who are getting ready to sell their vehicles or return a leased vehicle will find dent repair particularly helpful. After all, the exterior of a car makes a drastic first impression on potential buyers. It’s important to ensure that it’s a good impression. Contact Diamond Detail today to determine whether the extent of damage makes paintless dent removal an appropriate solution.
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