Dent Removal Question from graham hume
Submitted on 23/09/2010
dent in the edge of the boot lid approx 2 inches long Model: 1999 bmw 5 series
Your dent is a very difficult dent to remove. To do that kind of dent on that part of the panel would have had to have taken a big blow. So yes we could try, but there is risk involved. So we could try it, but if the paint cracked you would have to accept that it would need to be resprayed and you would have to pay for this. However I recently got a quote from Kraftwork who we use and recommend for £175 plus vat to repair and respray a boot on a BMW. So if we couldn't do it, or the paint were to crack, having it done at a body shop wouldn't be too bad. And of course you would only need to pay the body shop as we would only charge if we could get it eighty percent better or more.
You may want to read our money back guarantee. In fact if we were to get an eighty percent improvement, and you went to kraftwork within the thirty days because you couldn't live with the imperfection, they will take off your bill what you have spent with us.
Can We Help You?
"We can offer specialist advice on the best car service to suit your requirements"
When bringing your car to New Again, we often ask you to explain exactly the reason for having your car Protected, Valeted or Repaired. Once we understand exactly what it is you are trying to achieve, we will appraise your vehicle using our detailed appraisal check-sheet allowing us to identify areas of concern and tailor specific services that match your requirements and budget.
If you are not sure what service you need and would like to speak to one of our technicians, simply request a callback by filling in the form on our contact page.