Vehicles have a very big environmental impact before they have even reached the road. During the production and repair phases, when the vehicle is sitting in the workshop, toxic chemicals are being released into the atmosphere due to plastics, paints, battery acids and more. This negative impact can be countered with the use of non-toxic materials. Read about the benefits of using non-toxic materials during the repair process: more…
Taking your car into the repair shop can be incredibly stressful, to the point where many of us start to consider fixing it on our own. Dents can happen very easily and some are relatively easy to fix. This doesn’t mean however that fixing it yourself is a good idea. Here are a few reasons why you should have your dents repaired by a professional instead of with cheap DIY dent repair kits.
So, you’ve had a bit of an incident and now need the damaged part of your car repaired.
What you do not want, of course, is the repair to feature paint colour that’s not a match to the rest of your car. The fix needs to be slick, professional and unnoticeable – not something resembling a quilt.
To get the right result you need a professional team that has the experience, modern equipment and technical skills to make the affected area look like new.
Prior to working on a damaged panel, you must ascertain what type of material you are working on. For example, the panel may be mild steel, high-strength steel, aluminium, plastic, sheet molded compound, or several other types of material. Each type of metal or composite has different repair methods and cautions that must be considered. If you are working on a dent on a fender that is made with high-strength steel, you must be aware of the amount of heat that can be applied to the panel.
Maintaining your vehicles paint job can be straight forward in itself, but definitely takes a bit of dedication over time. In most cases, your car is your most valuable asset. The paintwork is what gives a car its identity, even after considering its make and model. Whether stock standard or something custom, taking care of your paint will ensure your car looks good as well as maintains its value over time. Here are a few tips on how to protect your car’s paint job without having to deal with a gigantic bill.
Damage to vehicles can be a major hassle to repair, and normally results in unnecessary expenses and lengthy periods of waiting. At the point when your vehicle is damaged, you want to get it back in shape and on the road with as little time and cost as possible. Dents ‘n’ All offers just this sort of expert service, ensuring proficient standards, an exclusive standard of technical expertise, top notch workmanship and dedicated customer service to all clients and a wide range of vehicle types, makes, and models. Based conveniently in Montague Gardens, Cape Town, dents and All’s highly experienced personnel will guarantee that your vehicle comes back to you good as new in as little time as possible.
Are you aware that it is possible to have dents repaired without paint or filler! Yes, you may never have heard or imagined it but with the ever progressing technology, everything has been made easy.
Paintless Dent Removal (PDR) is a procedure that everyone with dings, dents and creases in their car, bakkie or even motorbike tanks can benefit from! What could be so special about this Paintless Dent Removal process?
Accidents happen all the time and we can never foresee them; however, you can take your vehicle to a reputable panel beater for repairs in order to get it looking as good as new. The solution in this case would be Dents N All. We specialize in a wide selection of panel beating services such as paintless dent removal, structural repairs and spraypainting.
Dents N All has years worth of experience in delivering panel beating services to a number of valuable clients. We are currently on the panel of insurance companies such as GWM, Santam, Regent and Zurich, to name a few.
If you are searching for a reputable panel beater in Cape Town, you have landed on the right website and let us share with you why.