Dent Removal Question from Andrew Hatcher
Submitted on 03/02/2015
Hi, I have a dent in the rear-arch of my car. It's in an awkward location but the paint is unbroken. Several PDR guys have said they can't access the rear of the dent as the panel is double-skinned. I've got a good quote for a filler and respray repair but it seems a shame to go down that road as the dent seems fixable if it wasn't for the access problem. I was wondering if there was some other way to gain access, or if a hole could be drilled underneath the wheel arch liner inside the arch to get access, then filled after, or if there was some other way, before I bite the bullet and get it filled and resprayed? I'm based in Walthamstow, London but would travel if it means getting this fixed. Model: Audi A4 B6, 2004, 1.8T S-Line 190
Even with good access I think you only have 20% chance of getting that dent 70% better or more using Paintless Dent Removal
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