How Paintless Dent Repair Works

Maintaining your vehicle is an important part of ownership.

Ensuring it remains mechanically sound, and fixing dents and dings as soon as possible. If the paint has not been damaged, paintless dent repair may be your best solution. The technicians at Scott’s Collision Repair highly recommend paintless dent repair as a way to save you time and money. Using specialized tools, our technicians can help restore your vehicle’s surface and get you back on the road quickly.

Assess the Dent

Before our technicians start the process, they need to assess the damage. Our assessment takes into account the location and size of the dent. We also need to determine if the dent is accessible and how we can get to it. The good news is that the majority of dents are able to be fixed using paintless dent repair.

Gain Entry

For the majority of dents, paintless dent repair requires full access to the ding. This means the dented panel will likely need to be removed to allow technicians access to the backside, as well as the front.

Massage It Out

Paintless dent repairs relies on tools that allow the technician to “massage” out the dent. This includes dent repair dollies and hammers, various hand tools, whales, window wedges and protectors, and much more. Depending on the severity of the damage, a good technician should be able to massage out your dent while you wait.

Scott’s Collision Repair

Our paintless dent repair services can restore your vehicle’s panels. Whether they were caused by hail or the kid next door, your dings and dents are no longer costly instances that will have your car in a body shop for weeks. Very little is needed to repair your car with this method: parts do not need to be ordered, your car’s original paint remains intact, and it can take less than an hour to finish. If your vehicle has suffered surfaces damages, contact us today to schedule your paintless dent repair.