Here is just a quick access tip for an Acura TSX. You can probably use this tip for some other Acura’s and Honda’s. Just make sure you use a plastic wedge so you won’t scratch the paint.
Today we are starting body line dings and then working on bigger and deeper ones. As the PDR training becomes more challenging, the more Josue advances his learning curve.
OK, if you have been subscribing to my Youtube video, you probably have seen this video already. This very classic Ferrari takes a lot of attention and patience to perform. I performed this PDR repair at Symbolic Motors in Sorrento Valley (San Diego), Ca.
So one of my many requests I am asked about is the body line dents. To be honest, between body line dents and creases are almost neck and neck. Both are complex and both can be even more complex if it is real deep.
In this paintless dent repair technique through an animated tech article, Basically, through a video. This is a preview of what it looks like but with full animation and myself narrating. I explain a detailed process with the type of tools I used and why. I also talk about crowns, releasing pressure, and the line process.
I don’t have an exact release date but it should be by the end of this month or early July. Meanwhile, take a look at the preview and comment as you want.
I created a PDR video that shows the process of me removing a deep dent against the edge. It’s pretty broken down and just shows how much was involved. My full featured dvd tutorial of this dent reair will explain the training process with animated diagrams, explanations and types of tools involved. Techniques are also specified. later we will release the trailer so viewers can get a good idea of what is involved.
The dent took nearly 3 hours to complete. Working crowns around the corners are deceiving. The dent was deep. I decided to glue pull to take off the pressure from the outside (trapped crowns) so I could push from behind without jeopardizing the finish. In this video I show you a little surprise during the repair process. Anyways, we hope you enjoyed the video and stay tuned…
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