A SELECTION OF VIDEOS TO SHOWCASE MY SKILLS
& TO ILLUSTRATE HOW THE PDR PROCESS WORKS
This was a dent on the rear wing of a Mini One. The panel had quite a lot of distortion all over. This dent had quite a few tight creases within it. The metal was pushed back into shape using a variety of differen PDR tools.
This was a complex door dent removed using Paintless Dent Removal. The process is shown from start to finish, starting out with glue pulling and then finishing off with professional PDR tools.
Here is an example of a bodyline dent repair that I carried out. On first inspection it looked as though it was one big dent, but on closer inspection I have highlighted several other areas of damage caused by this impact. All was removed with a mixture of Glue pulling and traditional PDR Skills.
Watch as I remove quite a nasty sharp little door ding from this lovely Ferrari 458. Believe it or not, it was actually caused by another Ferrari opening its door onto this one. Luckily I was on hand to save this car from having filler put in the door and an expensive paint job!
VW GOLF GTI
This is an example of how I use PDR to remove a bent door edge caused by a gust of wind blowing the door out of the hand of the customer into a Telegraph pole. I explain the process of how this is repaired from start to finish.
A quick walk through of a bodyline crease being removed on a 2016 Skoda Fabia. This dent had good clear access from underneath which allowed the tools to get right onto the back of the dent and able to remove this crease.
This videos explains what I have been up to lately in the world of Paintless Dent Removal and also outlining all the exciting things that are coming up in future videos!
Another in depth video showing you all the stages of repair on this MINI bonnet. This panel sustained a low impact collision that put a couple of medium sized dents in the lower corner. There wasn't much access behind, so I used a mixture of glue pulling and traditional PDR tools.
This bodyline crease on this Mercedes E220 AMG – Line was a real challenge to repair, mainly because it was made from Aluminium. This type of metal needs to be repaired differently to regular steel. Watch the video to see how it turned out…
This large dent in the rear wing of this Chrysler had several creases within it. It had to be removed in the correct order to prevent causing more damage and locking up the dent. This was done by using a mix of glue pulling and traditional PDR techniques.
This was a nasty deep V shaped crease that I took out of a Mazda MX-5 front wing/fender, I knew it was going to be trouble so I brought something along not normally associated with PDR to help me…
This was a very complex dent on the rear door of a VW Polo. Apart from the main obvious dent, there were several other dents that needed to be removed. The process was helped using glue pulling, then finished off with traditional PDR tools.
CHRYSLER FRONT WING
This damage was caused by another cars bumper backing into this front wing. It had left several large creases on different sections of this wing which made it a very challenging repair to carry out. It was completed by using a mixture of glue pulling and by using specialist PDR tools.
5 TOP TECH TIPS
In this video I explain my 5 top tips for PDR techs to think about in the new year ahead.
PDR TOOL REVIEW
When carrying out the art of Paintless Dent Removal, these are some of my 'go to' tools that help me achieve great results.
This is quite possibly the most in depth video I have ever created and posted on YouTube. It shows all the stages of the repair that I had to take to make this front wing/fender look brand new again. It gives you an insight to my method of how I approach a job like this.
3 nasty dents removed on the tailgate of a Hyundai i10,. It's difficult enough just removing one dent, this tailgate had 3 tricky dents side by side! Watch the video to see how it turned out....
WHAT WILL BE NEXT???
Videos are uploaded on a regular basis, one is probably being recorded and edited whilst you are viewing this! Check back soon to see the latest release, alternatively, pop over to my YouTube Channel & Facebook page for regular updates! (Links at the bottom of this page)