If you have been following our blog, you probably noticed we use a line board reflection on all our paintless dent removal PDR repairs. Well now we endorse the DT (Dent Time) Lighted Line Board. So many people and technicians ask us about them and where to find them. You can now purchase them from AutoLecture.com (PDR Tools, Products & Accessories) and have one just like ours.
The lighted line board is perfect for on the go PDR techs and who like to use lines or simply want to cross check their work with a different reflection. Watch the video for more info and visit AutoLecture.com for more info and pricing.
Thursday, February 26, 2009
Saturday, February 14, 2009
This dent was very deep indeed. No heat was used but I would recommend it if you were any where else besides sunny San Diego. For those who might not know nothing about paintless dent removal, heat is used the warm ip the panel so the paint becomes more flexible when we push.
So anyhow, I used a very sharp tool to push up and then knock down. This process was repeated back n forth for about 45 minutes. I won't get into too much detail about the process but I took a few photos to document the pdr repair.
Anyhow, I hope you like the cool ride! It's rare to work on these type of vehicles these days that were built well, not to mention pushing on real metal.
Well if your in the market for a snazzy new PDR light, then check out Auto Lecture's new paintless dent repair / removal tool product called the "Flex Light".
This 12 volt lighting system has many features that make this a stand alone pdr light. One thing for sure that stands out is the Flex Tube harness that is tremendously strong but easy to position. What also makes this light unique is the pivot ball and joint that allows the light to smoothly rotate in almost any direction as well. And for travel purposes, this light breaks down in three places with quick release connectors from the base of the suction cup and pull away connectors from the power cord near the top.
So rather if you are working indoors, a traveling hail tech or simply would like a compact light for almost any use, then consider the Flex Light from AutoLecture.com
Monday, February 9, 2009
We are almost ready to launch a podcast series with ReconExpress.com and other auto reconditioning companies. Below is one of our players that will be showcasing our video podcasting that will feature many topics that will cover from paintless dent repair to bumper and wheel repair, marketing, news and more. We hope some of you out there will participate and give us your input and suggestions.