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What cannot be repaired using PDR?
PDR is less effective on collision damage, especially when the metal is stretched or has a crease in it. In such cases, PDR may make the damage less noticeable, but traditional body work will be required to make it look like new.
PDR does not repair damaged paint. If the paint is dry, scraped, cracked, scratched, or chipped, touch ups or repainting may be necessary to avoid corrosion and restore the appearance of the vehicle.

How long does it take?

A PDR Dent Master can remove a typical dent or ding within 1-2 hours, depending on the size, shape, depth, and location of the dent. In cases where it is necessary to remove some parts to gain access behind the dented part, it can add considerable time to the repairs.
Although repair times can vary, PDR is almost always faster than traditional auto body repair.

How much does it cost?
PDR repair costs vary depending on the size and difficulty of the dent to be repaired, the number of dents, and the location or accessibility of the damage. Going to a PDR Dent Master directly, you can expect to save 30% to 70% off the cost of traditional auto body repair shops, with most actual savings being in the 50% to 70% range.