PDR to Solve Minor Vehicle Damages

Paintless Dent Removal or PDR, as we would usually call it provides car owners with quite a list of benefits such as being a cheaper alternative and preventing further damage to their car. Given this, many car owners would choose to make use of PDR to solve minor damages that befalls their vehicle. 

Recently, we got a very interesting, albeit unusual query. One of our customers asked: Can PDR fix seven dents in one door? Whether it’s because they have a neighbour who keeps opening their door against another door, a minor accident or overlooked impacts on several occasions - having seven dents in a single panel is definitely a concern for any car owner. For starters, it’s important to take a good look at the damage. While it’s true that PDR can be a solution to a lot of minor damages, some dents will require more a bit more care. On the other hand, if you have been watching some of our previous videos and going through some of our other posts, there are actually several PDR tools that serve very specific needs which you can

After you have assessed both the impact and the damage, go through your PDR tool kit. Use a reinforcing bar to get some leverage as well as to get a better grasp of what tools you would be needing for the dent. If the dents are too small, they might be easier to address but also trickier to spot. Small dents can usually fixed by using a tool bar with a small pointed tool tip. Tool
tips come in different shapes and sizes - you can check out this blog entry which perfectly explains the different kinds of tool tips.

Be careful not to cause further damage to the car while inspecting and looking for dents. If you happen to see some marks or scratches - worry not, as these can usually be fixed with the right shade of car polish which you can apply after taking care of the dents.

To answer the question that has been previously raised: Can PDR fix seven dents in one door? YES, fixing seven dents in one door is possible through Paintless Dent Removal. As you have seen in the video, all it takes is enough patience and the right tools to get the job done. It would be great to have some car polish ready too - just to give your car the shine it deserves after
the repairs.

Before you know it, you’ll be an expert in PDR. Check out our other articles to learn more! 

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