You must have heard the term PDR millions of times. PDR stands for Paintless Dent Removal or Paintless Dent Repair. It is a specialized technique used by body repair professionals to restore the vehicle to it’s original condition without the use of Paint. PDR saves a lot of time and money to repair dents and dings caused by minor accidents. The technique also retains the resale value of your vehicle unlike repair technique where paint is used. There are hundreds and thousands of PDR service providers willing to repair your vehicle. Should you select one that offers you the lowest price or the one who has years of experience in Paintless Dent Repair techniques? We talked to a few customers and PDR specialists to let you know of the most important things about PDR and how to select a PDR specialist.
- Your car is your valuable possession and you don’t want to risk it to save a few hundred dollars. Find a PDR specialist that has at least 4 to 5 years of experience in paintless dent removal technique and is active in the field.
- Find a PDR specialist who has received training and is certified to do the work. Ask him if he or she has received any training. Also ask the name of the institute and duration of the course. Try to find out if the institute is a recognized for PDR training.
- PDR is a specialized technique. You may want to give it a try with DIY but we strongly suggest not to try it on your own car. Try only if it’s a very old car and won’t matter if you damage the body even worse.
- You don’t want to waste your time visiting a PDR specialist repeatedly for estimates and then for repair. Find a specialist like us that provides on-site or mobile service.