Door Ding Removal

At Dallas Paintless Dent Repair, we fix door dings on a daily basis and use the latest and most advanced methods to completely remove the dings from your vehicle’s doors. Including hard repair areas such as body lines, behind braces, and in many cases even on the edge of the door. Whether massaging the dent from the backside of the panel or glue pulling in areas where there is no rear access, you can count on our professional technicians to repair your vehicle the right way.

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Repairing a small door denting yourself may seem easy, but in reality, is anything but. It takes technicians months or even years to learn how to “pull” or “pop” a dent out of a car door. Making a mistake like breaking a window or cracking paint can cost you hundreds, sometimes thousands more than the original cost of repair. Then there may be no choice but to paint your vehicle.


Repair of most minor door dents only takes about an hour to repair. In cases where the damage is on a body or contour line or behind an inner brace, it may take 1 to 3 hours. Every dent is different. We arrange our appointment time to suit your availability.

Conventional body shop repair methods will needlessly affect a much larger area of your vehicle than the small ding in your door. Needing to remove mirrors, moldings, and handles from the door that is being painted and similar parts from the adjacent panels that will be painted to try and hide any issues with color match (blending). Parts that are one-time use like emblems will have to be replaced, further driving up the cost of repair.

Over the life of your vehicle, it will likely receive more damage to the doors than any other exterior panel. Whether in the parking lot of your local supermarket, workplace, or even in your own garage door dings happen. This damage can be caused by other drivers parking too close and opening their door into yours, a rock from a lawnmower, a container falling from a shelf in your garage, and countless other ways.

Seeing dents every time you walk to a car you paid thousands for can be extremely frustrating. Getting your car’s door dents repaired will keep it looking and feeling like new. Letting these small door dents pile up will have a negative impact on the way you and others look at your vehicle. Causing your vehicle’s resale and trade-in value to quickly decline. Repairing the damage will ensure that you get the maximum amount for your vehicle when it comes time to sell or trade.