In this episode I take you along and demonstrate some of the techniques I use while performing collision repair, and the issues that may arise, Hope your enjoy sorry for not covering all the steps.
120V dent puller
just now watching, a light board would've helped
That was not what I was expecting. For side work and doing it in a less than ideal environment that is some amazing body work. I wonder how many hours of labor you actually have in it though, I'm not surprised you didn't make any money on the job.
If a fly landed on your work it would skin its you know what. You do great work, thanks for sharing. Your a pro!
i think when u have minor dents like the ones u showed, u get just sand the painted surface with 150 to 180 grit paper just enought so u can fill the dents with spot putty or glazing putty and sand it down and prime and paint . ,just saying for those tiny dents.
Good Job. As for them body lines, try using aluminum rulers or wooden ones or tape will work well when you spread bondo.
Thank you for the compliments, its funny that you mention that, i get looks all the time in the shop like who are you talking to when im recording lol for now on i will say im talking with Micheal
I try to be lol usually cost me in the long run however its worth it in the end
Thanks for the compliments greatly appreciated, will do
Did a DAMN good job on both trucks. You're a great guy, doing well on your customers too. Keep up the professional work.
Man you are a good guy. You threw in the quarter panel and it took you SO much time!
You are a true professional, I enjoy your videos very much and feel like I am doing the work with you. Thank you for sharing your expertise with laymen like me.
Thank you, lol good catch, yea its a complete front clip off a Chevy, not to many people realize that, customer located the complete nose and had me use that grill, i mentioned it at the time however he opted to use it, came with the nose
Kia looks great, did you put a chevy grill on that gmc you repaired?
I was able to watch a guy who does pdr for a living remove some dents from a few vehicles at a shop I use to work at. It's incredible what you can do with that system. I'm sure with a lot of skill and experience you can travel from shop to shop and make a decent living.
You are a survivor. If things go slower, then you need more advertising, use the Internet, pass fliers, throw a contest when local community gathers, etc. On the other hand, the 'cash for clunkers' stupid program killed a lot of industries just to survive the big players…
your very good at arts n crafts lol ill stick to motor work any day
Thank you for the kind words, sometime i wounder if that side of me is what will bring me down or keep me in the same boat (that's what my father says happened with our old shop, we were to honest) always seeing the cons striving and expanding, however if that's what it takes i am fine where im at 🙂
i do have faith. the boat may start sinking at times i just gotta paddle a little faster and keep being the way i am, some how it has always worked out, Hope your right, thanks again
Thank you, yea one way or another, looks great but not very forgiving when you have blemishes
Thank you for the compliment and suggestion will see what i can do
Thank you, i appreciate the feedback, must say its one of the best panel repairs i have done, your welcome anytime
Learning from mistakes in my past, take my time the first time 🙂 thank you for the compliment i appreciate it
Thank you for the compliment
Thank you, glad i could help
Thank you for the compliment, i appreciate the feedback
Great work, Will!! 2 Thumbs up Bud!
Great job i learned a lot.
great job, have you ever thought about doing a video on removing scratches on your car?
Amazing. We all know how black can be.
🙂 yea turned out nice, thank you for the compliment
Thank you, its an extra strong glue made for paintless dent repair (PDR
Its made for PDR never tried regular grade, it may work
Paintless Dent Repair.
Is that special hot melt glue, better than the glue you buy at the local hardware store?
Nice work Will. I was surprised how well that hot glue held to pull the dents out. Learn something new all the time.
Wow! Looks like a mirror. Nice one Wil.
Good job Will
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