Paintless Dent Repair is the process of removing dents & dings without having to use any file or paint.

Paintless Dent Repair is the process of removing dents & dings without having to use any file or paint.

By pushing the dent out from the backside we can keep the damaged area of your vehicle totally original. Paintless Dent Removal is a craft that takes years of practice. What makes PDR so difficult is that metal work is being done with the paint still on the vehicle. Get a free quote today and find out how affordable dent removal is.



Dent Removal Can Happen From : 

  • Hail Storms

  • Hit And Runs

  • Kids Playing In The Street

  • New, Top-Quality Oil Filter

  • Jealous Ex's ( Seen it, Dealt With It )

  • Shopping Carts / Bumps In Parking Lot


Kings County Collision &' Repair is the superior alternative to time consuming costly body work. Dings and dents disappear without the use of sanding, body filler or paint, and at a fraction of the cost.

We maintain a vehicle’s value – Dents and dings decrease the resale value of vehicles. Paintless Dent Repair returns vehicles to the original factory condition without affecting the factory paint finish.

For dealerships, Paintless Dent Repair can add significant value to resale vehicles.

We can deliver a fast turnaround time, usually same-day service, making it easier to focus on more important things. Kings County Collision & Repair's commitment to quality service and its dedicated,

highly-skilled technicians is what makes our customers feel great about their repaired vehicle.
Each repair is backed by a 100% customer satisfaction.

Paintless Dent Repair is the process of removing small dents and dings without having to use any file or paint. By pushing the dent out from the back side. We can keep th...
Paintless Dent Repair / Removal
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Q: Are Dent Repair and Dent Removal the same thing?

A: The short answer is no, but the process is the same. Essentially, the different between paintless dent repair and paintless dent removal is simply how effective we were at completely removing the dent. There are few occasions where we can greatly improve the surface, but due to the location of the damage and how bad the impact is, it may be simply noted as a dent repair versus a dent removal.

Q: What is Paintless Dent Repair or Dent Removal?

A: Paintless Dent Repair or Dent Removal, is the process of repairing or removing dents, dings, creases, and hail damage on vehicles without the inconvenience of expense of traditional auto repair methods. PDR does not use dry ice, electricity, or anything else that might be harmful to the existing paint for factory finish. For specific questions or more dent removal information, please feel free to call us to drop an email.

Q: How does PDR work?

A: With the experience of qualified technicians, dents are accessed from the backside of the damaged panels using specially designed tools to slowly massage the damage back to its original shape and form.

Q: What does oil viscosity grade mean? Which one should I use?

“Viscosity” is the fancy word for the motor oil’s thickness. Our service technician can help you determine the right viscosity for your make and model.

Q: What dents can be replaced or removed

A: Most non-collision dents can be successfully repaired or removed with the paintless dent repair process. However, there are factors which do exist that may limit the restoration of some dents. These factors include the sharpness of the impact point which caused the dent, the location of the dent as compared to the reinforcement structure of the damaged panel, and the depth of the dent. To be completely sure that the damage does not fall into any of these limiting categories, it should be seen by a qualified PDR repair or appraisal technician.

Q: Why should I choose PDR for repairs rather than body shop methods?

A: With PDR there is no need for the use of body putty or paint. Therefore the vehicle retains its original factory finish which helps to retain the value of the vehicle. The process is environmentally safe, much quicker, and less expensive than traditional body shop methods. The repair or removal should always be guaranteed against future defects, reappearance, or any other damage caused by the repair.

Q: How long do repairs or removals take?

A: Minor door dings or parking lot damage can be repaired in as little as 30 minutes. Many complete hail damaged vehicles can be repaired in as little as 1 to 2 days. Repair times vary depending on the severity of the damage but the repair time will always be significantly less than traditional body shop methods.