Here we have a pretty severe fender dent that made creases at a couple different angles. This was repaired by gaining access from the under side of the fender which is just a plastic liner that is held in by a few plastic clips. We then would massage the dent out with our PDR tools while applying heat to preserve the paint. When we reach the finished product all that’s left is to put back the fender liner and clean up the area!
Here you can see a before/after picture of a repair Auto Dent Solution did on a Ford Mustang. This was a pretty sharp dent caused by falling boxes in the garage! We used a bit of heat while we worked this one out to preserve the original paint. The owner had a buyer lined up for this car before it got dented, but thankfully we were able to get it good as new for the new buyer!
Sharp dents can be repaired using the process of Paintless Dent Repair. These sharp dents often require more time to repair and sometimes need to be heated up with a heat gun to keep the paint more flexible to avoid cracking. This dent was fixed on a Ford F-150.
Here is Eric getting ready to work on a customer car over at Mercedes Benz of Sarasota. This particular customer had just purchased two new cars the week before and somewhere along the line a small dent got put into the passenger side door. The ADS crew is always around to get those pesky dents and dings out of the way!
In certain scenarios the best option to start with in removing a dent is our glue pulling system. This system involves a basic hot glue gun with special glue that we use to stick to the vehicle and then is slowly pulled out with one of our slide hammers.