DIY Repair Your Cars Body Damage

If you’ve had a fender bender recently, you probably have body damage on your car. While this kind of damage does not affect your ability to safely drive your car, it is likely an eyesore and will decrease the value of your vehicle. You’ll want to take care of your auto body repairs right away and perhaps even give a go at doing them yourself to save on money. In this video, you will learn how to repair the body damage of a car.

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Depending on the location of the damage to your car, you first may want to replace all of the parts that you can, such as doors, hoods, and bumpers. While you can repair these yourself, replacing them may be worth it. If it’s not worth it or if the damage is in other locations, then you can begin repairing by popping out any dents. Lightly tap with a hammer to restore the shape. Then sand down the area, prime it, and repaint it. Make sure you take your time and remember that professionals are always available to help you.