Different Types of Paintless Dent Repair Techniques At Bakersfield Mobile Dent Repair, we have come up with many different kinds of techniques over the years. In this article, we do a brief discussion of the different types of techniques that are used. These are purely for informational purposes only and should only be used by a true paintless dent repair professional technician. Paintless Dent Repair Techniques When it comes to your vehicle there is always the possibility that it will get damaged with scratches or dents. Badly dented vehicles are an eyesore to the public. Paintless dent repair is a good way of keeping yourRead More →

The history of Paintless dent repair Paintless dent repair is one of the best ways of removing those unpleasant dents from the body a vehicle, either steel or aluminum panel. Paintless dent repair or PDR is used to repair various types of dents like door dings, dents and creases, bodylines and hair damages. Origin of Paintless dent repair The history of Paintless dent repair dates back to 1930. At that time, Europe, especially Germany was the major hub for big car manufacturing companies globally, and has still maintained its legacy. One of the pioneers in the industry, the Mercedes Benz and BMW, is believed toRead More →

Fix Your Car Dents – Then Drive For Uber These days, you can make money using your car by driving it for Uber.  But if your car does not look good or you are riding around in a car that has a lot of dents, other people will not want to use your services. Uber is big on safety, presentation and personal service for the customer and is making transportation way easier than it used to be.  If you want to get in on the 21st century way to make money with your car, Uber is absolutely the way to go. With the right qualificationsRead More →

Can I Use Paintless Dent Repair If There Are Chips? This is a common question that we get quite often from a lot of customers who want to use our services.  What happens if the paint is chipped?  Can I still use your services? The short answer to this question, is unfortunately, no.  The way the service works is that it does not do anything to the paint.  The goal is to fix a dent and make the car look as good as new – as long as the paint has not been chipped or scratched off.  You need an entirely different type of serviceRead More →