PDR Accessories For Dent Removals

PDR Accessories For Dent Removals

PDR Accessories For Dent Removals

In today’s video, we look at some of the tools that we use here at Sioux Falls Dent Repair to keep panels partially opened while we work on the damage.

We used the first tool on the Mazda we repaired a few days ago and kept the door opened so that we could get the dent out without having to remove the door itself. It is called the Anson PDR Door Jammer and is designed by Derek Yost. The Door Jammer is lightweight, made from aluminum, and is great for holding panels open.

The next tool we have is a Hood Prop-N-Lock from B and D Tools but can be used on doors and other panels quite easily. One of the best things about this tool is that it can be extended for a more versatile repair experience. The Hood Prop-N-Lock is especially great for lift gate assemblies without having to remove them completely.

Finally, we have the Tailgator from B and D Tools once again. This is one of the best tool to partially open a tailgate and keep it open firmly so that we can gain access and get the damage out successfully.

All the tools we’ve just seen are available on AnsonPDR.com as well as BandDTools.net.




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Mazda Dent Repair

Mazda Dent Repair

Mazda Dent Repair

Today, we are working on a ding on the front right hand-side door of a 2017 Mazda CX5 car. Even though there is just one visible dent in the door, under the dent repair lights, we can see that there are a couple of micro dents as well that need to be taken care of.

In a traditional PDR case, we would roll the window down and install a window guard before running a tool down the side of the car and pulling out the dent. However, this car has laminated safety glass and we don’t usually put a lot of pressure on this type of glass. Why does this glass type change our repair technique? Find out Here

In this case, there are two ways to get to the dents. Either we can find another access point to get to the dents or we remove the glass completely. Luckily for us, this Mazda comes with a factory access hole in the handle and this allows us to get a tool into the door and fix the dents.

As you can see, the door jammer we are using is from Anson PDR and keeps the door from moving while we complete the repairs. We can use a factory ratchet handle from PDR Finesse to slowly push the dents out from the inside of the door. The owner of the Mazda actually came to us for their 2017 Hyundai car and they will be bringing that in once we are done with this job.



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Paintless Dent Repair on 2020 Mazda CX9

Paintless Dent Repair on 2020 Mazda CX9

Dents are annoying! 

Apart from the physical damage that a dent does to your car – it leaves an emotional dent, too. Sure, you can get the dent repaired with regular dent repair, but that too comes with a catch. The technician will most probably have to ruin the factor paint on the car, and you’ll be harming the environment while you’re at it. 

But you’ll be surprised to know – there’s an alternative that works way better. 

Amongst the many cars that we got for repair last week, we had an appointment to fix a dent on a new 2020 Mazda CX9! The car had just 1,700 miles on it, and it even smelled like a new car! Sustaining damage on such a new car can be heart-breaking. 

You’re not even done appreciating the car completely, and a dent can be very frustrating. The front right fender had a big body line dent. The fender was made of aluminum. But you’ll be surprised to hear that we repaired this dent in only a single day! 

And we know what you’re thinking, so here are some clarifications:

  • No, we did not repaint the car. 
  • No, we didn’t use any body fillers.
  • We didn’t have the Carfax History report either!

You might be wondering – how did we do it? Behold – Paintless Dent Repair (PDR). 


Mazda CX9 Fender Dent Removal


Mazda CX9 Paintless Dent Repair on A Fender

What Is Paintless Dent Repair (PDR)?

Paintless Dent Removal (PDR) is also known as Paintless Dent Repair. It is an environmentally-friendly and cost-effective alternative to a regular dent repair. With the help of PDR, you can restore your car into a factory-like condition in just a fraction of the normal cost. 

With the help of PDR, people can remove dents or dings from their vehicles. You can also use PDR if your car has creases or hail damage. 

Generally, the PDR process can have four steps:

  1. Evaluating the damage.
  2. Gaining entry into the dent.
  3. Getting a better look at the dent.
  4. Applying slow pressure to fix the dent.

The PDR process can be applied in the same day the appointment is held. But this can depend on the dent’s severity and even then, the results can look amazing. Want to see how hail damage repair works? 

Check out this detailed video on our website that gives you all the interesting insights. 

Mazda CX-9 Paintless Dent Removal in Sioux Falls

If your Mazda CX-9 has sustained damage – you don’t need to worry! Whether it’s a ding, a severe dent or hail damage – a PDR can be the solution to all of your problems. With the help of exclusively designed tools and metal picks, the technician will put your car back into the shape it originally was! 

The PDR approach works best on small creases and marks and most of the time this process can only take a day. A PDR process also keeps the structure of the car intact, which means your car does not lose value. 

If you’re looking for Mazda CX-9 paintless dent removal in Sioux Falls – Sioux Falls Dent Repair has you covered. 

Contact us today or get a free damage assessment!