Car & Motorcycle Dents
Each vehicle and dent comes with its inherent challenges.
We are happy to have a look at your dent, Dentique PDR Technicians can fix over 95% of dents brought to them.
Car and Motorcycle Dents Dents come in many different shapes, sizes and different locations. We usually can use the Paintless Dent Repair technique to fix many different types such as; Round Dents, Sharp Dents, Crease Dents, and Complex Dents.
These particular dents are usually caused by Hailstones or small round objects. Upon impact they can stretch the material and leave dimples behind. These types of dents tend to be fixable with the Paintless Dent Repair (PDR) Process as long as the paint was not damaged. To find out if we can take care of your dents, please call or visit one of our Dentique Paintless Dent Repair locations.
These typically small sharp dents are usually the first point of contact on a car panel by a smaller object. Sharp dents are commonly found to be caused in parking lots where there is limited parking space and opened car doors hit another car's panels. They can also result from shopping carts or flying objects hitting the cars.
While these dents seem severe and not repairable by the Paintless Dent Repair process, they often in fact can be. They are more difficult due to the nature of location and severity. If the dents are on body panel lines for example they often can be repaired while sharp dents in large panels may not be fixable due to the material having too much give.
Come by one of our Dentique Shops, or call the Dentique Paintless Dent Repair Provider near you.
Creased Dents on a vehicle seem especially painful due to the damage they cause. Commonly these types of dents are caused by objects impacting a panel and then being dragged along it. They can also occur by panels being struck by long straight objects like the edge of a door.
These dents can vary in repair difficulty due to their length and depth, talk to our trained Dentique Paintless Dent Repair Technicians.
These types of dents usually look irreparable and tend to be very noticeable. They tend to commonly occur in upward facing panels, however can be also found in large unsupported panels.
Complex dents can have many characteristics borrowing from the other three types of dents, however are usually smooth. These dents can involve the extreme stretching of materials which may require a more patient process of Paintless Dent Repair. Call or visit us and find out how we can help you with your dent today!