Dent Fix Equipment Remains Open to Serve Collision Repair Community

Dent Fix Remains Open to Serve Collision Repair Community

Dent Fix remains open during COVID-19 to provide for their employees, families, distributors and the essential body shop community.

Dent Fix Equipment announced to the collision repair industry that they have remained open during COVID-19 because they “choose to provide for our employees, their families, our distributors, and the essential body shop community located across the country.”

At Dent Fix’s corporate campus, the entire staff and management team has taken the necessary precautions to ensure they are following all governmental health guidelines to protect the staff and their customers who receive their shipments.

All employees at Dent Fix’s campus are required to wear a fresh pair of gloves and masks at all times. Everyone must work in the building they are assigned and are not allowed to visit other buildings under any circumstances.

Dent Fix’s customary no-contact product wipe-down and end-of-day work station cleaning procedures have been optimized to maximize the sterilization of their products and minimize any exposure before they are shipped.

Dent Fix has closed the doors to any outside visitors and the general public. All employees who are able to are required to work from home.

Dent Fix would like to thank all the essential workers out there fighting every day for their sacrifice and commitment to supporting their communities.

For more information on Dent Fix Equipment, visit

Dent Fix Equipment
Fax: 310-349-1191Contact: Erik Spitznagel

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