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I get asked often if the aluminum on these newer vehicles are very easy to work with or workable at all. It is harder to work with, but they can be repaired using the paintless dent repair process. This was a 6 diameter dent on the left bedside of a 2016 Ford F-150 of which has the all aluminum body.
This was the right front fender on a 2015 Kia Sedona. It was deep and the body line had to be rebuilt. It was a fun challenge to complete the repair without cracking the paint, but it turned out well.
This was a 20 long crease in the right front door of a 2013 Kia Forte.
This was the right quarter panel on a 2015 Ford Flex. This dent was 8-10 long. It was deep and sharp to the point I did not think it was going to be possible to repair without cracking the paint. I was surprised with the final outcome and the customer was very happy with the end result.
The challenge project to post this week is of a large dent in the right fender on a Ford Edge.
The choice project to post this week is of a 2017 Chevrolet Cruze with a sharp dent on the Lf Rear door. To fix this dent we had to have the glass removed out of the door to not risk breaking the glass to be able to put enough pressure on the damage to work the dent out.
This is a sharp dent on a 2016 Jeep Cherokee left front door. It was deep, sharp and was on the body line. It was a tricky dent to repair without cracking the clear coat with how sharp the body lines are on the Jeeps. The end result was worth the time!
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This was a fun dent to work on the left fender of a 2013 VW Golf.
This is a 2008 Chrysler T & C minivan hatch door. It had almost a 24 inch long crease dent.
This was around a 10 inch crease dent in the left quarter panel on a 2011 Nissan Rogue.
The challenge project here, is of a large dent in a 2016 Ford Transit right sliding door. Many times I see projects like this and question whether its possible to fix without painting. The finished repair makes it worth the challenge.
The choice this week, is a large dent repaired on the deck lid of a 2014 Dodge Avenger. I put off attempting this repair for a week because I was not sure if it was possible to successfully repair this without needing to be painted. I was surprised with the nice end result of my repair job. See the before and after pictures.
Had a 8 horizontal crease dent with some deep scuffs on the right fender on a black 2017 GMC Denali K3500. Black is one of the most difficult colors to work on because it shows everything. The customer was thrilled with the out come of the finished job!
One of my fun challenges this week was on a 2016 Ford Transit 15 passenger van with a softball size dent on the right quarter panel just above the sliding door track. There was no way to gain access to the back side of the dent which left me with the only option of glue pulling the dent. This is a process where I hot glue tabs to the painted surface and pull gently with a slide hammer till Ive got the metal back flush where it needs to be. It is especially difficult to rebuild a body line with this process, but was pleased with the end results.
This was the right rear door on a 2015 Dodge Dart. It was a sharp, deep dent on a sharp body style line but did not have cracked or damaged paint. It was a hard dent to work and took a few hours as I had to push slow so I didnt crack the paint. The customers big smile with the end result said it all!
This dent was 15 in diameter, but did not have any paint damage. It cleaned up well.
Happy wife happy life . A fun, cool challenge for this past week was working a dime size dent out of an almost new dishwasher. I started the project before remembering to take a before picture, so the before pictures were taken about half way through the project.
Ive heard many times can you repair a dent that goes through the body style line? This was a deep sharp dent that went through the body line on a 2010 Honda Fit rear hatch. Body lines can be rebuilt with the paintless dent repair method if you are careful and take your time.
This a large dent 12-15 high on a 2010 Honda CR-V. It was deep, sharp, through a couple body lines and close to the edge making it tough to get to. Ive got to admit, I didnt think I stood a chance on getting this to be a successful repair. I surprised myself with what I was able to accomplish and how well this repair turned out.
This was the left rear door on a 2012 Dodge Avenger. This crease was a deep, sharp dent that was 15 long and 12 high which left the metal stretched. One of the body techs at the bodyshop didnt think it was possible to get this fixed without painting, and I was uncertain myself. See for yourself the finished repair.
This was a sharp dent on the right fender that went through the body line on a 2012 Buick LaCrosse.
This was a 2009 Nissan Versa hatchback that had a large dent 6"-8" in diameter in the rear hatch that I was able to repair.
About 6 hours later (also had a migraine headache the whole day) the final results made for a very happy customer.
Another view of the 2014 Jeep Cherokee Right fender that hit the mailbox
This was the Right fender on a 2014 Jeep Cherokee. They hit a mailbox and wanted to save some money by having me PDR it.
4 hrs later this was the finished results. Customer was as surprised as I was, that it was possible to PDR that bedside.
Same 2014 Ram truck different view
2014 Ram 2500 had 2 large dents in the Right bedside that looked like an impossible task to take out.
The rear gate on this 2009 Toyota Venza had a large dent in the middle of the body line that I was able to repair.
The rear gate on this 2009 Toyota Venza had a large dent in the middle of the body line that I was able to repair.
This 2005 Ford Escape had 2-4" in diameter dents in the Right quarter panel that I was able to repair.
This 2005 Ford Escape Right quarter panel had 2- 5" diameter dents that I was able to repair.
There was a dent 2" high x 6" long on this right quarter panel on a Cadillac.
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