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How Paintless Dent Repair Works

No matter which avenue for car dent repair you choose, it’s important to thoroughly research all of your options. You wouldn’t want to invest in a method that ends up taking too long or costing too much! Plus, the more you know about any given procedure, the better you can assess individual professionals and make the right decision about who to hire.

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Why you should Consider a Small Business for Paintless Dent Repair

Many people these days are shopping small and local, and for good reason. Small businesses tend to be passionate about the services they provide. A streamlined service team also means a more personalized experience; you’re more likely to be addressed by name and treated as a human instead of an anonymous customer—an area of service in which larger corporations struggle.

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What Can Paintless Dent Repair Fix?

So your car’s got a little crease in the finish. Maybe it’s from hail, maybe from age, or maybe it’s from the careless kid who flung the door too far open at the grocery store and put a nice dent in it. Regardless of where it came from, you’re now left with damage to your car that not only is a major eyesore, but which also can degrade the vehicle’s structural integrity. When your car is dented, the metal that protects its inner workings is compromised, leaving your car’s innards vulnerable to further damage in the future.

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Why Paintless Dent Repair is Ideal

Paintless dent repair—PDR for short—is an environmentally friendly and economic way to fix bumps and blemishes on your car’s finish. This is why it’s Dent Heads’ preferred method to repair small dings and scrapes. Paintless dent repair also is quick and effective; once the process is complete, the damage to your vehicle becomes almost invisible!

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What to do Before Investing in Auto Hail Damage Repair

Despite what this dreary spring might suggest, summer is closer than ever. With it comes our lovely and volatile Minnesotan storms—with those storms comes hail. Lots of it. And with hail comes auto damage. Lots of it.

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Should You Attempt DIY Auto Body Repair?

Auto body DIY quick-fixes are similar to down-home remedies for various illnesses. Everybody has an answer that seems legitimate at the time but rarely produces any real results. Furthermore, DIY auto body repair can do more harm if you have no idea what you are doing. The bottom line is this: You should avoid auto body DIY repair. Why? Let’s explore the reasons below.

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Paintless Dent Repair vs. Auto Body Replacement: Which Do You Need?

There is a lot of discussion among auto body experts about what you should do when your vehicle is damaged with dents and in need of repair. The differing opinions may be confusing and costly. So, before you opt for a full auto body replacement, you may need to explore your options first. Below, we address the circumstances that warrant paintless dent repair and the circumstances that warrant a full auto body repair.

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Why Paintless Dent Repair is Ideal

Paintless dent repair—PDR for short—is an environmentally friendly and economic way to fix hail damage, door dings and creases on your car’s finish. This is why it’s Dent Heads’ preferred method to repair small dings and scrapes. Paintless dent repair is also quick and effective; once the process is complete, the damage to your vehicle becomes invisible!

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What Should You Do If Your Car Has Been Hit by Hail?

If you find yourself driving down the road and hail suddenly starts bouncing off the roof of your car, here’s what you need to know. If the hail is large enough to damage your car or make the roads unsafe, locate a safe place nearby to pull over and wait out the storm.

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What is Paintless Dent Repair?

Paintless Dent Repair (PDR), also known as Paintless Dent Removal, is an environmentally friendly method of restoring a vehicle’s body by removing dings and dents from vehicles, as well as body creases and hail damage.

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