Does your car have a few dents that you aren’t very proud of? Paintless Dent Removal may be the perfect solution for you.
In this article, our certified paintless dent removal technicians explain what to look for when assessing whether your car’s dents are suitable for PDR.
It is always a pleasure to receive praise from our Paintless Dent Removal Training students. It is with their support and feedback that we are able to perfect our PDR training course.
Recently, we received an email from one of our past students, Magnus Högfält all the way from Brisbane, Australia.
Paintless dent removal training is an extremely competitive industry, and like with most competitive industries, you will always find businesses offering inferior services at a more “affordable” price.
At first, cheaper services seem to be the best option, it’s understandable and nothing personal, budget is a major deciding factor for most people.
Unfortunately, in most cases, a cheaper price often means that the service is going to be substandard to the pricier alternative.
Are you an entrepreneur looking for a comprehensive paintless dent removal training course?
Or an auto-body workshop owner wanting to expand your business and offer PDR services?
Winter is here and we think your car might be in fear.
Admittedly, South Africa is not famous for snowy winter days and frosty cold nights. But just because we don’t experience tons of snow fall doesn’t mean the same winter car care rules don’t apply.
Luckily, Janson Auto-detailing Port Elizabeth is here to share a handy winter car maintenance tip or two with you.
Paintless dent removal, paintless dent repair, PDR, or dent repair – you get it, there are a number of terms used to refer to the miraculous technique used to repair hail dents and even remove large dents in motor vehicles.
Thanks to paintless dent removal you no longer have to send your beloved vehicle for panel beating, or pay any outrageous panel beating costs and prices, or go weeks without your vehicle because it’s stuck in a panel beating workshop and you’re too scared to ask for it back.