What To Know about Jeep Dent Repair & Removal


When you’re using a Jeep for off-road adventures, it’s easy to pick up dings and dents that make your vehicle look more battered than you’d like. Fortunately, there’s a solution that doesn’t require a trip to a traditional body shop: Paintless Dent Repair.

What is Paintless Dent Repair?

Paintless Dent Repair, or PDR, is a process that fixes dents from within the structure of the steel & sheet metal. It uses specialized tools and specific techniques. We can work on anything from a small ding / minor dent to a very large dent or even body damage that isn’t structural or requiring painting.

Unlike frontal fixes, this process avoids touching the paint job so you won’t get any unsightly marks or body filler that leaves a lingering reminder of the damage.

Can You Repair a Jeep cowl dent?


Oh yes! We call it the “Jeep Dent” – and it’s very common among Jeeps. It happens quickly where the door and rear view mirror meets the body panel along the windshield, creating a small crease in the metal. It’s a repair that we’ve done many times and is a perfect fit for paintless repair.

How much will PDR cost me?

Paintless Dent Removal is more accessible than traditional body shop repair. There are no parts to order or bonding agents to apply. Our skills & expertise go into an effective repair.  Since we don’t run a traditional full-service auto body shop, we can afford to set our prices based on our efficient processes and value-added to your car. We work with a full-range of insurance companies.

While you are waiting, we can also provide paint protection film, ceramic coating, and window tinting.

How fast can you get the job done?

The timetable varies, but most body work & small dent jobs are completed in an hour or less. Particularly large or numerous dents may require more time than usual to repair. Our technicians can give you a better estimate once we see some pictures of the damage.

*Disclaimer – EZ Auto Spa is not affiliated with Jeep or authorized Jeep dealerships.

For more information, or to schedule an appointment and get those dents in your Jeep fixed, contact EZ Auto Spa today.

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