Paintless dent repair works by pressing the dented metal back into its normal shape by working from the unfinished side of the metal while applying a second tool to the outside of the car. The process requires specialize... More »

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A-1 Tools, Inc. paintless dent repair tool styles include PDR tool sets, such as multi-piece company, master, starter and tech sets; PDR rod sets; individual and multi-piece hand sets; and miscellaneous tools, handles, b... More »

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Mercedes-Benz certified collision centers specialize in body repair on Mercedes vehicles. Central Star Motors, Boulevard Automotive Repair and O'Steen's Auto Body also specialize in Mercedes body repair. More »

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Common tools required for paintless dent removal include knock downs, hammers, rods, tips, window wedges and upholstery tools. Other commonly used tools include brace tools for left and right hands and S hooks. Paintless... More »

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Abra Auto Body and Glass, Dents No More and Meyer Paintless Dent Repair are some businesses that offer mobile paintless dent repair as of . Bullseye Paintless Dent Removal also provides mobile paintless dent repair servi... More »

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Reviews of Dent Doctor, a paint-free dent repair company, can be found on sites such as Yelp.com and YellowPages.com. BBB.com, run by the Better Business Bureau, also offers reviews of some Dent Doctor locations, as does... More »

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For a DIY paintless dent removal, a plunger, aluminum foil, a block of wood, a hammer and a soft cloth are needed. A lighter, canned air, a hair dryer, an air duster and a dent pulling tool should also be available. A de... More »

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