Dents and Scuffs

We specialise in fixing all types of dents and scuffs. Wings, wheel arches and bumpers are very popular repairs that we carry out often. Take a look at our various repairs here and on our blog page to see what we can do. We also post regularly on social media such as Facebook and Twitter.

Black Wing Damage Black Wing Repair September 30, 2017 - This wing had a nasty scratch and dent, luckily not touching the door. The back corner of the bumper also needed attention. The problem when wings are dented is the sharp edge you get going around the wheel arch is often flattened and as a result not only does the dent need fixing, but that […]
Van Damage Back Corner Back Corner Of Van September 27, 2017 - This van got a nasty knock from behind, the black plastic bumper was squished and the back arch was also dented. The door hinge also needed some attention. With some wiggling about to get things back into alignment it was then just a matter of body repair. The black bumper was repaired first, then the […]
Door Arch Damage Door and Wheel Arch Repair August 5, 2016 - A door and wheel arch repair on a white Ford KA. As white is an easy colour to work with (black being the opposite), this damaged wheel arch and door could be sprayed. Usually large panels are outside the scope of the SMART system, however lacquer can easily be blended out with no visible feather […]
scuff wheel arch Minor Wheel Arch Scuff March 1, 2016 - A little scuff repair on a wheel arch, it may be minor but for the customer sometimes these can be the most annoying. Having a body repair shop do the job can be pricey and often not justifiable for something so small. However this is where a SMART repair makes the most sense. We come […]
KA Rust KA Rust November 27, 2015 - Ford KA rust around the petrol cap is very common, though we can not guarantee rust it can be repaired and paint matched and blended out.   The repair certainly makes the car look smarter.
Rusty Scab on Boot Rusty Scab on Boot March 14, 2015 - Stone chips and dents left untreated can lead to a build up of rust. This will eventually spread, making a rusty scab. Smarter Cars can repair the effected area and blend the colour in.