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Unfortunately, fender-benders, door dings, scratches, and minor accidents are par for the course as a vehicle owner. That said, you may still find automotive damage jarring, whether a shopping cart ran into your new vehicle or you scratched your bumper on a curb. After any incident, you may be scrambling with questions like, “How to get a dent out of a car bumper?” or “How to remove scratches from a car bumper?” and more.
Luckily, the Sid Dillon Mazda service pros are here to answer all of your questions when it comes to car bumper repair. Our team can provide an estimated car bumper repair cost and offer supportive guidance throughout the restoration process. Learn more about what it takes to fix a car bumper below!
If the damage to your car’s bumper seems a bit more than what you can handle in your Omaha driveway, consult with a service team for guidance. Generally, car bumper repair costs range from $50 to do it yourself or up to $1,500 if the damage has impacted lights, sensors, or cameras. If you’re hoping to save on car bumper repair costs, check out ever-rotating service specials for great deals. For relatively minor damage, the following DIY methods can help you repair your ride:
How to Get a Dent Out of a Car Bumper:
Looking to learn how to get a dent out of a car bumper? Start with grabbing a heat gun or hairdryer, a pry bar, a jack, jack stands, safety glasses, and gloves. Elevate your vehicle safely, and remove the splash guard if needed. Next, apply heat to the damaged area with your heat gun or hairdryer. When the damaged area has warmed up, use the prybar to apply pressure from the inside out. Start by applying force to the deepest part of the damage, then you can work your way out until the dent is gone.
How to Remove Scratches from a Car Bumper:
Sometimes, fender benders are less severe and don’t result in deep dents. However, you may still need to learn how to remove scratches from a car bumper after a minor dust-up. Grab a buffing compound, a drill, and a touch-up pen to get started. Start by cleaning the area thoroughly. Next, run your fingernail over the scratch to assess how deep the scratch is so you can properly buff it out. You may want to apply a clear coat, then give it time to dry. Once dried, go over the prepped area with your touch-up pen to mask the scratch!
How to Repair Automotive Cracks:
In most cases, cracks in the fiberglass of your vehicle require a professional touch to repair. We only recommend attempting to repair fiberglass on your own if you’re familiar with the process and have experience working with fiberglass. You’ll need to get your hands on a fiberglass repair kit and the right safety gear to take on the job.
If you’re not too keen on taking on DIY repairs in your own Blair garage, you’re welcome to book an appointment with us in Fremont for a car bumper repair. Get in touch if you’re looking for a car bumper repair cost estimate or if you’d like to know more about the services we provide! Our team is here to quickly and affordably fix your car bumper to get you back on the Lincoln streets in no time!
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