Dent Ding Hail Pro is a mobile paintless dent repair company operating in the Southern Middle Tennessee Region. For dent repair near me or dent removal near me, check out our service areas map. We service each customer with individual appointments. Please visit our Cities Serviced Tab for other service area details. Dent Ding Hail Pro’s major focus has been repairing hail damaged vehicles at locations where extreme high quality is required. We have over 18 years of experience in the Paintless Dent Repair Industry, which is also called Paintless Dent Removal, and have repaired thousands of dented and hail damaged automobiles.
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Paintless Dent Repair
Paintless Dent Repair, also known as paintless dent removal, is a process that performs vehicle dent repair on dents, dings, and hail damaged vehicles without painting. PDR doesn’t cost as much as conventional body repair, it maintains your vehicle’s original factory paint and takes less time to repair than conventional body repair.
Paintless dent removal, also called paintless dent repair, has an exciting history that started in the automotive industry. Paintless dent removal was invented by Oskar Flaig in February of 1960 during the “International Motor Sports Show” in New York City, USA. Oskar Flaig was an ordinary member of staff at Mercedes. His job was to take care of the show cars presented at trade fairs. Small dents and dings produced by the public during the day, needed to be repaired at night so that the vehicles would be in perfect condition on the next day. At the trade fair in New York City, Oskar Flaig used specialty tools to perform vehicle dent repair on the small dents and dings. The result looked perfect after pushing. This was the beginning of paintless dent removal. When he arrived home after the show, Oskar Flaig started to develop additional specialty tools. In 1962 he was promoted to foreman and trained the staff of the Sindelfingen plant, and his colleagues addressed him as the golden tinsmith. A short time later, he held training courses at all branch plants in the USA and England.