It is a revolutionary process which allows small to large sized minor dents and dings to be removed while preserving the vehicle's original paint and finish.
To perform a paint-less dent repair, a skilled technician works from the backside of the panel, using metal rods and picks to massage out minor dents and dings ranging from creases and parking lot dings to hail damage. This technique takes time and experience to master and should only be done by professionals like us.
Average repairs usually take only 30 minutes to an hour, from start to finish. It can be done while you wait!
80 to 90% of the minor dings and dents found on a vehicle are repairable. Call us or bring your vehicle by our Johnston location for a FREE estimate.
Most dings and dents can be made to look "better", some requiring more time and effort depending on the accessibility of the dent. There are, however, some problem repairs: Deep dents - On very deep dings and dents, the metal is often pushed too deep for a complete repair. Dents near the edge of panels - Dents found near the edge of body panels, or right on a seam, can make access impossible. Dents and Dings with Deep Creases usually requires a skilled dent repair technician to repair creased dents, depending on the severity of the crease. In many cases, a 100% repair is not possible.
Most of the dents found under braces can be accessed and removed by a New England Dent Removal certified technician.
The most important size aspect to consider when using Paintless Dent Repair is not the diameter of the dent, but the depth. Often very large, shallow dents can be removed or, at least, improved.
“P.J. and Jay were amazing to work with. My car was dinged up pretty bad from a hail storm. They fixed every single ding. Great job! Thank you again guys."
“I cant believe how perfect my car door was restored. It looks like the dent was never there at all. My insurance paid and it was done super fast. Thank you P.J.”
“I am so relieved you were able to fix my new car, I was so upset when the dent happened and now it's like a huge weight lifted off my shoulder."