A car has a dented rear bumper after an accident

Types of Dents Fixed by Paintless Dent Repair

The appearance of dents and dings on your vehicle’s bodywork is a commonplace yet unwelcome sight for every car owner. From minor blemishes caused by accidental bumps to more significant impressions due to hail damage, dents can range widely in terms of size and severity. Luckily, paintless dent repair (PDR), celebrated for its effectiveness and…


Understanding the Science Behind Paint Protection Film

PrimeTime PDR is a recognized and dependable dealer and installer of Xpel Paint Protection Film, operating with a commitment to quality and customer satisfaction. Please note that while we proudly offer Xpel PPF solutions, PrimeTime PDR operates independently and is not affiliated with Xpel’s corporate office. It seems almost like magic, doesn’t it? Your car…


What Is Paint Protection Film?

Paint protection film, also known as PPF, is a clear, thin film that is applied to the surface of a vehicle to protect its paint from damage caused by things like rocks, insects, road debris, and other environmental factors. PPF is made of a durable, scratch-resistant material that is specifically designed to take the brunt…

Man performing paintless dent repair in San Antonio on a red Sedan

How Does Paintless Dent Repair Work?

Paintless Dent Removal is a dent removal approach that experts employ to fix dents on the body of a vehicle. The method involves reshaping the car panel, removing the need to apply paint on the target area. Using a number of different tools, a paintless dent removal specialist reforms the damaged surface by pushing and…