The article below about paintless dent repair training has received a lot of interest, more than any other on our site. We believe it's because it pulls no punches. Yet, while it's an important issue, it's not all doom and gloom, there is another point of view that some find quite unorthodox, but workable.
This article has proven to be very useful to our readers and they come back regularly to keep abreast of the latest developments. While paintless dent repair training remains an important subject, it's always an added bonus when you can be enlightened, and even amused by being shown the other side of the issue. Some things are not always what they seem. Read on for more insight.
Paintless Dent Removal – How To Handle Dents
Submitted by: Samantha McCartney
It happens to the best of us. You know that dent or ding that you notice as you're washing your car. You think to yourself “where did that come from?” Then you shake your head in disappointment. This happens to one in three people. So, what can you do about it?
You first need to take action in preventing the dents from happening in the first place or happening again. What you should try to do is try parking your car farther out or in an area where fewer cars are parked to avoid getting the dents or dings. There are people out there who haphazardly swing their doors open, not to mention the amount of kids who do that too. Also making sure not to park near a cart return spot can reduce your chances of such incidents. Shopping carts are a common culprit in denting cars! Parking a little farther would also provide you the chance to get a little exercise in your daily routine. It is a win-win step to preventing dents!
So now you may be wondering why you should even bother fixing those little dents on your car. For some people self image or self reflection of their car will be a reason to fix minor dents and dings. They feel that their car is a reflection of them and they want it to look its best and make a good impression. Some people will want to fix it solely because they wanted to preserve the value of their car. Another huge reason is that it takes away from the value of your car. When and if you decide to sell or trade in your car that will be a factor in how much you get for your car! Either reason is perfectly sound. The reality is that even though most people want to fix or repair their car they think it will cost too much money and also may take too much time. So what is a solution to this problem?
The best solution is PDR or Paintless Dent Removal. Paintless Dent Removal is a process in which tools, rods and reflective light sources are used to remove dings and dents. This is a very effective process if your paint has not been cracked. The dent is carefully and craftily massaged out from the inside. Dents–from the size of a dime to 2 or 3 inches in diameter and larger–disappear in a span of five to 15 minutes. In many cases, there is no evidence a dent ever existed. This is a great option since no bonding agent or paint is needed. It can often be difficult and time consuming to match paint colors. Also it will save you money since fewer supplies are involved in the process. The best thing about Paintless Dent Removal is that it does not take away of the value your car. Also keep in mind that Paintless Dent Removal can be completed in a short time. So you will not be very long with out your vehicle. This is a great option for anyone no matter what your reason may be for fixing the dents on your car!
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