PDR Glue Tabs can make all the difference in how fast you will finish your pdr work and how well it turns out. The tabs have just as much of an impact on glue pulling as the glue does if not more. The shape of the tab, the brittleness, the texture and many other factors go into the pulling power of glue tabs. If this isn’t enough to make your head spin, you also want the tabs to pull differently depending on the vehicle and the damage. Sometimes you want (or need) a huge powerful pull while other times you might just need a little bump to get the metal to do what you want. There is no right or wrong in selecting which glue tab to use to pull a dent and it isn’t always what you would think. Sometimes you will put a dime sized tab on a dime sized dent and other times you might put a Quarter Sized glue tab with just a drop of glue on it for a dime sized dent. The more experience you have glue pulling, you will develop your own unique style that works best for you. After almost 2 decades of glue pulling, I can look at a dent and immediately, almost instinctively know which tab to use, how much glue, how long to let the glue set up and how hard to pull the PDR Glue tab. I am sure you know what I am talking about. I would love to know which are your favorite PDR Glue Tabs?
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