The Cons of Conventional Repair

Body shops use sanding, grinding and harsh chemicals that are unfriendly to the environment to repair damage that often can be repair with the Paintless Method. You also run the chance of unmatched paint and cracked body filler with these repairs. Here are some images of  conventional body shop work and what could go wrong.

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The first step to conventional repair is sanding down to metal and lifting the damage back into shape.
Other techniques of lifting damage requires holes to be made to lift damage into a shape that somewhat appears factory.
Body Filler is then added to make the panel flat again.
This is a good visual of the panel sanded and body filler being added. This process is quite invasive as you can see.
After the body filler is added it is sanded down to get a shape as close to factory as possible.
Here you see a Hail damaged vehicle sanded and filled. Over time body filler can shrink or even lift from panel if not done properly. Where PDR lasts forever and saves your factory Paint!
paintless dent repair
This may be an extreme case but the is what can happen when the body shop uses body filler and is effected from weather and/or new damage.

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Paint match is also a very big reason to give Paintless Dent Repair(PDR) your first choice.  Here are a few photos showing individual panel paint repairs.

These are just a few visual aids to help you understand the very large difference between your standard conventional repair and the less invasive, more cost effective Paintless Dent Repair option.

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