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Dent Busters - Frequently Asked Questions
Why are Dent Busters' repairs of small dents and dings better than traditional auto body techniques?
Dent Busters specializes in paintless dent repair. This technique is better than traditional body work because there is no use of sanding, body fillers, or paint. This is very important at trade-in time since repainting can significantly lower the resale value of your car. Additionally, paintless dent repair can help you avoid the costly penalties often incurred at lease turn-back time.
How does Dent Busters' repair method work?
Paintless dent repair is based upon long-established and time-proven metal working techniques that have been specifically adapted to repair dents on the painted surfaces of automobiles. Dent Busters technicians use customized hand tools applying pressure and leverage to work the dents out from underneath.
Can Dent Busters remove any dent?
Dent Busters can repair minor dents on all steel and aluminum surfaces of your automobile, including hood, roof, trunk, doors, and fenders. Even creases and dents on body lines can be repaired. The process is ideal for repairing hail damage. Unfortunately Dent Busters cannot repair collision damage or dents so deep and sharp that the metal is badly stretched.
How long does paintless dent repair take?
Typical repairs can be preformed in less than a day. In many cases, you can wait while your car is being repaired.
How much does a Dent Busters' repair cost?
This is the best part. Dent Busters repairs generally cost significantly less than traditional body work and are honored by all insurance companies.
Will the repairs be visible when you're done?
Your dent should completely disappear, unless we advise you otherwise. Once repaired, your dents will never reappear.
Can paintless dent repair harm the finish of me car?
No. paintless dent repair uses no abrasives which cold harm the factory finish of your car.
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