Prep the area for treatment by thoroughly cleaning it of any dust or debris. We assess whether the repair will be a traditional dent repair or a paintless dent repair (PDR). If the latter, the repair process will be complete after step two.
Once the area has been cleaned sufficiently, the dent is treated with a heat gun. Administering this heat to the bumper will help it form back to its original shape, slowly removing the dent.
If the dent does not completely remold after treatment, we use a body filler to make sure that the damaged area is smoothed out and has an even finish.
Once the filler has taken 20 or 30 minutes to completely dry, the area where the dent occurs will be sanded down to create a smooth surface for the paint primer. The primer will help the paint adhere to the bumper.
Once the primer has dried, the area will be painted over. At Bumper Buddies, we use computer-match PPG paint to ensure a 100% color match. This ensures that your bumper will look entirely new and seamless, with no unsightly discoloration or patches.
Our final step is to apply a glossy clear coat that will enhance the paint and ensure that the damaged area is protected after the mobile dent repair is finished.