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Induction

Dent correction with induction (paintless dent repair) is a technique for repairing smaller dented areas on cars. Using an induction tool that creates a magnetic field, the metal in the car is carefully pulled into place and the dent is straightened out. It is an effective and quick way to repair minor dents without having to use traditional methods which can be more costly and time consuming. However, the method requires experience and expertise and has certain limitations in relation to the size and complexity of the bulge.

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What is dent correction with induction?

Induction dent repair is a technique for repairing minor dents on cars using an induction gun that creates a magnetic field that pulls the metal into place.

What are the advantages of dent correction with induction?

The advantages of induction dent correction include that it is a faster and cheaper method than traditional methods that involve grinding or filling. It also does not require you to paint the area after the repair, as the paint is usually not damaged.

Can all types of dents be corrected with the induction method?

No, only minor dents that have not damaged the paint and are located in an area where it is possible to reach with the induction gun can be corrected with this method. Larger or more complex dents require traditional methods or a replacement of the damaged part of the car.

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