From Our Editors
At The Dent Hub, Jeff Hubbard and his team continue a method of auto-body repair first practiced in the 1950s by Mercedes-Benz assembly-line workers: paintless dent repair. Using this process, Hubbard's technicians can mend nearly any dent, ensuring no creases in the metal or breaks or cracks in the paint. They forego the use of fillers, grinders, primers, and paint, and instead pull dents out of the metal as gently as a clingy boyfriend pulls out your hairs while you sleep. The technique requires time and precision, taking about an hour for each dent between the size of a dime and silver dollar, and up to several hours for each dent the size of a baseball or larger. The results, however, reward the patient: vehicles retain their factory paint jobs, which especially helps cars painted like The Scream.