DentPro | Paintless Dent Repair Dublin
DentPro | Paintless Dent Repair Dublin
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Paintless Dent Repair Dublin

Paintless Dent Repair & How it works

DentPro & Paintless Dent Repair

Our Paintless Dent Repair  at DentPro

Is a unique and professional Dent removal service. We remove Dents from your vehicle without the need for filling or respraying, greatly reducing the cost and time required to fix damage.

Our first current locations are in Topaz Energy Clonshaugh , Beside Clayton Hotel on the Malahide junction of the M50, Unit 1H Three Rock Road , Sandyford Industrial Estate and Naas Road, Opposite the Luas Stop. We will be rolling out new locations in the coming weeks and months at selected Topaz Energy Service stations in Dublin and nationwide.


Paintless Dent Repair (PDR)

Also known as “Paintless Dent Removal”, describes a method of removing minor dents from the body of a motor vehicle. A wide range of damage can be repaired using PDR as long as the paint surface is intact. PDR may be used on both aluminum and steel panels.

The most common practical use for PDR is the repair of hail damage, door dings, minor creases, large dents and bodylines damage.

The method can also be utilized to prepare a damaged panel for repainting by minimizing the use of body filler. This technique is currently known as “push to paint” or “push for paint”


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From only €50

How does it work

The process of Paintless Dent Repair requires a technician to manipulate precise locations of metal to the correct height, which can only be observed by the use of a PDR reading instrument such as a paintless dent repair reflection board. This is used to visualize the deformation of the dent and to aid the technician in locating the tip of the tool being used to push the metal. Without a reflection from the board to read the dent, the fine detail of the process may not be suitable to the technician.