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Save Your Paint Job With PDR

Hail Star StoreIf you take pride in your car, you know how frustrating it can be to deal with imperfection. Maintaining a clean car in perfect condition, while an obsession for many, is not always the most realistic option in today’s imperfect world. Dust seems to almost prefer settling on clean surfaces, while birds also like to target a newly-washed automobile. Worst of all, though, are the dings and dents that result from opening doors, errant shopping carts, unexpected hailstorms, and all of the other mishaps that make it so hard to maintain a pristine auto body. Fortunately, with PDR dent removal from Hail Star, you’ll never have to worry about your paint job being affected.

What is Paintless Dent Repair (PDR)?

Paintless dent repair, also known as PDR, is a technique that can be used to remove dents in your vehicle where the paint coat has been left intact. This is preferable in cases where touching up would reveal just how faded your original paint job has become. You may be able to get the exact color of paint that was originally used in the factory, but that doesn’t mean it’s going to match your car’s current color. Sun exposure causes paint to fade, and even if your vehicle looks perfect, all it takes is a side-by-side comparison with the original color to see just how much it’s changed.

Better Than Bodywork

Dent RemovalMany times when there is a large amount of hail damage to a vehicle, the insurance company will recommend extensive body work. Body work is not only is very expensive, but you end up suffering the paint matching issue that we highlighted previously. Painting the entire vehicle due to some hail damage just does not make sense, that is why PDR is ideal for hail damage, small dents and dings. Paintless dent repair works like this. A thorough inspection is performed on the vehicle to determine the severity of the damage. It will then be determined if paintless dent repair is the best course of action for the individual vehicle. For instance, if the metal is punctured, crumpled or distoredt too much, PDR may not be the best solution. Of course you may be surprised at the talent of our technicians and what they are able to get back to normal. We offer inspection service from one of our hail damage response teams in order for you to make an educated decision when dealing with the insurance company. In fact if you need a hand with your insurance company we are more than happy to help you file a hail damage claim.         

At Hail Star PDR, we understand that the last thing you want to do is repaint your entire car just because of one little ding. With our paintless dent repair services, you’ll never have to. We can correct that annoying ding while leaving your paint job intact. For expert PDR dent removal services, contact Hail Star PDR today!


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  • Joy Butler
    August 6, 2018, 8:24 pm REPLY

    My brother was driving our vehicle yesterday. He did notice that there are some dents in the hood. We had no idea on what had happened to it. He just volunteered to bring the car in a reputable auto service to remove the dent.

  • Lillian Schaeffer
    August 17, 2018, 9:36 am REPLY

    I had no idea that PDR keeps the coat of paint intact while removing the dents in your car. My husband left our car out on the driveway last night, and there was a hailstorm that went through while we were asleep. There are a few sizable dents on the hood of the car, so maybe we should get paintless dent repair professionals to fix it up.

  • Sarah Smith
    August 24, 2018, 2:57 pm REPLY

    Currently, I’m driving a vehicle from ’92 and it’s recently acquired a dent along the side. The paint has faded a lot since ’92 and looks more like a slightly yellow eggshell than the original white. I really appreciated your explanation on how paintless dent repair will make matching the paint obsolete; I’ll look into a repair service that offers this near me.

  • Caden Dahl
    December 19, 2018, 10:17 pm REPLY

    Since my car was primarily used in college, there are quite a few dings and dents in it. With that, I’ve been thinking about getting some kind of dent repair as I want my car to look a bit more presentable than it is. As you said, it would probably be a good idea to get some kind of paintless dent repair as that would save my paint from having to be redone.

  • Braden Bills
    January 14, 2019, 11:33 am REPLY

    My car got dented, and I’m not sure what to do to have it fixed. It makes sense that paintless dent repair would be beneficial! It’s so nice that you don’t have to have anything replaced for that.

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