What To Know about Porsche Dent Repair and Removal


Convenience and quality are two of the best reasons to consider paintless dent repair for your Porsche.

The specialized technique fixes dents and dings to the body and doors of your vehicle without using paint, putty, body filler, or chemicals.

Whether you have a hail storm dent on your roof, stone chips on your door panel, or larger dents on your rear quater panel, EZ Auto Spa can help. Here’s what you need to know about Porsche dent repair and removal.

Why Paintless Dent Repair for your Porsche?

Paintless dent removal is preferred over traditional methods of fixing dents because there is no need to replace parts or repaint your Porsche’s exterior. The PDR process saves the original paint on your vehicle, which makes this option more cost-effective than other types of dent repair for many Porsche owners.

Repairing dents with paintless dent repair is also convenient, as the process can usually be completed in a few hours (especially with small dents or door dings) without disrupting your busy schedule.

How Porsche Paintless Dent Repair Works

Here at EZ Auto Spa, serving Athens, Atlanta, and all of North Georgia, we specialize only in paintless dent repair.

Our skilled technicians use special hand tools to gain access to the damaged body panels of your Porsche. They then use these tools to push and pull the panels back into place.

By using this process to massage dents and dings back into their original condition, we can avoid using paint or fillers as part of the repair process.

Benefits of Porsche Paintless Dent Repair

The reasons to use paintless dent repair for your Porsche are simple.

First and foremost is convenience. EZ Auto Spa’s focus allows us to be flexible and fast with scheduling. There’s minimal waiting and maximum communication.

The second benefit is quality. Taking your Porsche to a body shop usually means putties and Bondo. Our service makes use of your car’s factory-made panels.

The final benefit of paintless dent repair is that it restores your Porsche back to its original conditions without chemicals or new paint. Not only does this retain the beautiful looks of your vehicle, but it also maintains its value.

Cost of Porsche Dent Repair

The cost of our Porsche dent repair and removal services depend on the model/year of your car as well as the location/type of dent. But, we also know that “it depends” is not super-helpful.

If you can send us just a couple pictures via the form below, or even give us a quick call, we’re happy to tell you a ballpark number for repair & scheduling.

Schedule an appointment with EZ Auto Spa

An EZ Auto Spa certified technician will work to make your Porsche dent free once again using paintless dent repair techniques and superior service. Be sure to also explore our options for Porsche Ceramic Coating, Porsche PPF, and Porsche Window Tinting.

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

Please feel free to contact us today for more information as well as a free paintless dent repair quote.

Porsche Dent Repair FAQs

Here are some common dent repair questions, answered!

How long does paintless dent repair take?

Paintless dent repair usually takes a few hours depending on the location and type of dent. At EZ Auto Spa, we have years of experience with all makes & models in addition to a sole focus on PDR (rather than collision damage), so we can give you a precise estimate for your appointment.

What are the differences between paintless dent repair and traditional dent repair?

The short version is that paintless dent repair uses specialized tools & techniques to pull, push & massage the metal back to its original form. Traditional dent repair uses replacement parts or bonding agents to “fill-in” the dent and repainting the repaired area.

What makes PDR the right fit for a Porsche?

As any Porsche owner knows, Porsche uses very unique body plates & alloys to get their iconic designs. Those factory parts are very hard to replace & repaint. And if you do, you’ll lose a lot of the car value. The PDR process allows you to remove any dents & dings while still keeping the factory installed parts & original factory paint job.

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