Corwin technicians are experts in paintless dent repair for both small and large dents. Paintless dent repair maintains the original factory paint and removes surface imperfections while extracting the dent.

Paintless dent repair (PDR), also known as paintless dent removal, is a method of removing minor dents from your vehicle. PDR may be used on both aluminum and steel panels. The most common practical use for PDR is the repair of hail damage, door dings, minor creases, large dents and bodylines damage.

What is Paintless Dent Repair?

Our Corwin Collision Center technicians are trained experts in PDR and use the latest state-of-the-art technologies. PDR is a specialized and precise process that repairs dented panels back to their original factory shape. PDR allows technicians to remove hail damage, dings, minor dents and creases without compromising a vehicle’s factory paint job.

To accomplish a proper repair, our highly trained technician use a variety of special tools that gently and slowly push dings and dents back in place. A quality repair requires delicacy, precision and, above all else, patience.

What are the benefits of PDR?

When your vehicle has been hit with hail or dinged by a runaway shopping cart or car door, fixing those dings and dents with paintless dent repair is the most affordable choice. There are many benefits of PDR, compared to traditional dent removal procedures:

  • It’s affordable – since PDR doesn’t require a vehicle owner to purchase new panels or replacement paint, it’s the affordable option.
  • It’s quick – while a traditional repair requires a multitude of complex steps and waiting periods for new parts or new paint, PDR is completed through one specialized process that gets your car back on the road fast.
  • It boosts vehicle resale value – applying new paint over a vehicle’s factory finish significantly reduces a vehicle’s resale value, which is why PDR is highly beneficial because it keeps the original finish intact.