One of todays jobs was repairing 30 odd hail dents on a Suzuki Alto. Hail damage is fairly common occurence in Australia, and used to cost a fortune to repair. Fortunately this type of damage can now be repaired using paintless dent repair techniques, saving both money and time.
One of the repair jobs undertaken today was this tricky little dent in a Toyota Hilux. The dent was situated in a bit of an awkward spot, but with a bit of patience and fiddling it was repaired to a good standard.
Today I got to work on a Mazda CX-9, the paint was dull and had a lot of light scratches, and a couple of fairly deep nasties, there were also a few dents and paint chips.
I started off by repairing the dents using PDR techniques, and then performed a 3 step paint correction and custom polish, including polishing the mag wheels. I finished up by treating all the trim, and repairing / touching up the paint chips. The result is one very shiny scratch and chip free car.
One of the bits of work carried out today was the paintless dent repair of a nasty sharp dent on a Holden Commodore, courtesy of some other negligent driver opening their door. The owner of the car was very happy with the result which can be seen in the image.
One of the jobs I got done today was repairing this nasty dent in the front guard of a Hyundai Elantra for one of my Bendigo dealers.
The end result can be seen in the before and after image, a good result and another happy customer.