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In this dent removal tutorial (PDR) learn how to do advanced paintless dent removal on a Mazda 6.
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Hello my name is Myke Toledo and I am gong to be talking about this Mazda 6. This is obviously a nice good dent as you tell and we'll talk about some details about that. Now here is some severe crown right above it, really tight and along there is crease right there, that goes underneath it and there are whole stretched areas as you can see.
Now let's take a different look and we'll kind of walk around and you could really see how damaged it is and see even down on the bottom too on the bottom corner. So I use this 2 foot light right here and what it does is it reflects the lines across panel as you can see, right there. Those lines really give me a good definition of, what I am about to see. You can see just how damaged the panel is.
Now in this part I am going to actually -- in order to get the dent out I knock it down, for a lot of people who don't know what a lot about paintless dent removal is that it's a lot of it's about cram releasing, releasing pressure and working back and forth.
As you can see I use a special tip like this to knock down and release the pressure. Now I wanted to remind you that paintless dent removal is completely done with no painting, no fillers, no bond up. It's used with a little resource with a reflection and specially designed tools that gain access behind the panel and as you could tell we use reflection at a certain angle and knock it down.
So you see at this point right here, here's the low that we have to knock it down from the high to a low in order to get the crown down. And when I perform big dents like this and teach my techniques, I take those reflection and put it in different areas or sections and break it down, that way it becomes more easier to work with and more understandable.
And as you can see we are down at the bottom part of the dent and I push in certain pressure areas and dent starts to be more manageable. So as you see we're just almost finishing up. And this repair came out almost 100% but not quite, but the customer is very pleased. Obviously because how big and extensive and deep and stretched the metal wise.
But those who are not familiar with paintless dent removal it's very important you choose the company who has a lot of experience and is bit around for a long time. So do your home work, don't choose the company based on price alone, that's a huge mistake. You'll get what you paid for and unfortunately if you just try to do that because you only get one chance to do it right. Anyways my name is Myke Toledo at Dent Time, take care.