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Prestige Brands

  At Dent Craft, we not only repair prestige brands in the workshop but we also provide training and on site dent removal for some of the most prestigious brands around Aston Martin, Ferrari, Land Rover, Jaguar and West Midlands Police have all used Dent Craft for in house training and dent removal - trusting the best to solve their problems. But we don't just service main dealers. If you have a Ferrari, Porsche, Aston Martin etc, bring your car straight to us (or upload a photo on out contact page) so that we can identify what options you have to fix your problem....
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Body Shop

  The body shop is an area of the business which has expanded over recent years. If customers bring vehicles in with  dents where the paint has already flaked or chipped off, then whilst our dent removal skills will bring the bodywork back to how it was, the panel will then need painting because of the missing paint before we started. The body shop also do full body resprays if you want to re invigorate your vehicle....
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Factory finish remains in tact. It requires no filling to make PDR repairs. The process is clean and quick; it involves no spraying Because there is no paint or fillers, there is never the problem of colour matching. The repair is invisible. Saves you money! Paintless Dent Removal can significantly enhance the appearance of a vehicle and therefore increase its value. It is a much cheaper process. Increases the value of your vehicle. Dent damage repair prior to a rental/lease turn-back will save you big money. Read more

Paintless Dent Removal

Dent Craft are Birmingham's leading provider of paintless dent removal (PDR) meaning that we can usually remove dents at less than half the price of other bodywork specialists because we don't need to repaint the panel afterwards We are not panel beaters. A panel beater will remove the panel from your car and then use a mallet and a forme to bash out any defects. This will involve beating both sides of the metal in order to get it back into its exact original shape. The percussive damage of repeated blows from a mallet will inevitably do damage to the inflexible paint that covers the metal, causing it to chip and flake in the area where the metal has been beaten. This means that the panel will need to be stripped...
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