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Lawton Paintless Dent Repair FAQs

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What Size Dents Can Be Pulled Out?

Most minor dents with a diameter ranging up to 5 inches can be fixed using our paintless dent repair method. Even minor dents up to 10 inches can sometimes be repaired. It will depend on the damage to the body.

Can Paintless Dent Repair Fix A Crease?

Paintless Dent Repair can be applied to a variety of creases and restore your vehicle’s appearance. Most creases can be repaired. An inspection from our technicians will determine if your crease can be repaired using our paintless dent repair method.

What Dents Are Not Fixable?

Dents with sharp edges, also called Sharp dents, are one of the few dents that generally cannot be removed using the paintless dent repair method. Sharp dents occur along the body lines of a vehicle and are often deeper or more irregular than round dents. These types of dents are also denser than round dents, making them harder to repair or pull out, especially if they are in a difficult spot.

Do Dents Get Worse Over Time?

The short answer is, yes. Over time, leaving a dent unrepaired could lead to it getting worse. A dent can lead to cracks in the paint which will invite rust. Rust will eat your car alive leading to larger & more expensive problems over the life of your car.

Can A Dent Be Covered By Insurance?

Every insurance company & plan is different but generally, an insurance company will cover the cost of a dent. There might be copays involved and it might depend on how the dent occurred. Before filing a claim with your insurance company to get a dent repaired, you should give them a call to get the full details of what they will and will not cover.