Hail Repair Specialist 

What is Paintless Dent Removal

Paintless Dent Removal is a repair method that enables the repair of minor dents in vehicle panels of all metal types without the need to repaint the damaged area. Our Paintless Dent Removal process offers huge time and cost savings. It is the most efficient and the most cost effective method of removing hail damage from motor vehicles. Our PDR professionals use specialised hand tools to “massage out” the dents while maintaining the original paint finish of your car.

The key to a successful result is technique rather than brute force. The process does not make use of heat, magnets, suction or any other mechanical equipment. The results are truly amazing.

Paintless Dent Removal has been carried out by vehicle manufactures since the early 1930’s. During the 1970’s and 1980’s new vehicle safety standards meant car panels were thinner and cars dented more easily. Paintless Dent Removal became the time and cost efficient solution.

Paintless Dent Removal has been in Australia since the early 1990’s and we are proud to say we were one of the first to educate the motor industry on the process and advantages.

What is the advantage of Paintless Dent Removal


What can be fixed ?

The Paintless Dent Removal process can remove dents up to 30 mm in diameter with ease and can handle some as large as 300 mm in some case. This means that Paintless Dent Removal is ideally suited to the kind of dents caused by hailstorms. Paintless Dent Removal is suited to all types of vehicles and restores your vehicle back to its pre-damaged condition.

When the damage is quite extensive it may be necessary to use conventional panel repairs ( paint work ) as well as our Paintless Dent Removal process. We handle all of these repairs for our customers with our trusted repair network ensuring our consistent delivery of quality and your vehicle is re inspected with our strict quality checks, prior to full completion.

What is the Repair process

With our industry experience and our assessing and customer service facilities, all are designed to provide you a professional ,friendly , quality and on time every time service from our initial phone contact after the hail catastrophe through to your vehicle collection.

Timeframes for repairs depends on the extent of the hail damage. A full Paintless Dent Repair can be done in three days , if conventional paint work (combination repair) is required your vehicle will be repaired in approx. two weeks.

At all times throughout the repair process our dedicated and friendly customer service team will keep you informed of how your repair is progressing and will advise you of the completion date and time.

Upon completion of the repair if you have an excess payable this is to be paid to us prior to delivery of your vehicle and we take all major credit cards or direct deposit.

Do you offer a warranty?

We take great pride in our quality and process of repairs, to the extent that Dentoway offers a lifetime guarantee on our repairs and quality of workmanship.

Hail & Hail Storm Facts

Hail forms in storm clouds when super cooled water droplets freeze on contact with condensation nuclei, such as dust or dirt. The storm’s updraft blows the hailstones to the upper part of the cloud. The updraft dissipates and the hailstones fall down, back into the updraft, and are lifted up again. The hailstone gains an ice layer and grows increasingly larger with each ascent. Once a hailstone becomes too heavy to be supported by the storm’s updraft, it falls from the cloud. In large hailstones, latent heat released by further freezing may melt the outer shell of the hailstone. The hailstone then may undergo ‘wet growth’, where the liquid outer shell collects other smaller hailstones.

  • Largest hailstone recorded was 20cm x 47.3cm on the 23rd July 2010 at Vivian South Dakota USA.
  • Heaviest hailstone recorded fell on the 14th of April 1986 in Bangladesh India weighing 1kg the hailstorm reportedly killed 92 people.
  • Largest piece of ice to fall from the sky was a 6 meter block it fell in Scotland on the 13th of august 1849.
  • Most costly natural disaster in Australia to date is the Sydney hail storm on the 14th of April 1999 – $4 billion 296 million

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