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Dents in the bonnet are not always but very often caused by people leaning, sitting or even jumping on the panel. This amount of pressure causes very large, dramatic indentations which to the customer can even look unrepairable.
Objects falling off shelves in the garage, snow off roofs or any other air born object landing on your bonnet can also cause quite severe damage to the hood.
Sharp dents can also be caused by stones or debris being thrown up by moving vehicles, bonnets are usually the first point of impact. Dents of this nature may well contain paint chips, the dent can still be removed and the minor chip simply touched in.
A Trained Paintless Dent Remover can most often repair these dents to a very high standard making them virtually undetectable. Maintaining both the look and value of your car.
Access to this panel is generally straight forward but not without its issues.
The bonnet is made up of two sections, the base frame and the outer skin.
The base frame is a lattice of braces to give the bonnet its strength which is then attached to the outer skin. On most modern cars the base frame (underside) of the panel is covered by a sound proofing pad, which in most cases will need to be removed. This is usually a simple process which involves removing the retaining clips or buttons. Once this is removed the Professional Car Dent Remover will have access to most areas of the bonnet, however the density and network of bonnet braces will dictate access capabilities.
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