KECO Body Repair Products President Chris White explains new developments with his company’s glue pull repair systems at the 2023 SEMA Show.
KECO Body Repair Products announced it will be launching a complete line of new GPR systems at the 2023 SEMA Show Oct. 31-Nov. 3 in Las Vegas.
Jason Stahl interviews KECO Body Repair Products President Chris White on the growing trend of glue pull repair.
KECO Body Repair Products attended the recent HD Repair Forum in Fort Worth, Texas, where they showcased their glue pulling systems to the heavy-duty collision industry.
Repair methods must evolve to keep up with changing technology, and one relatively new method of collision repair that’s growing in popularity, relevance and value is glue pull repair.
KECO Body Repair Products attended the Southeast Collision Conference in Richmond, Va., where they had the opportunity to showcase the benefits of Glue Pull Repair.
Micki Woods interviews Danny Hacker of KECO on glue pulling and how it’s changing the game and helping repairers do safer, better repairs.
KECO’s Glue Pull Repair System was named the 2021 Collision Repair & Refinish Product of the Year at the SEMA Show.
Glue Pull Repair—also known as GPR— is the least invasive collision repair technique. It works by gluing specially designed tabs to the exterior panels of a vehicle and pulling the dent out with varying tools. This method of damage removal offers significant advantages over traditional collision repair techniques as it does not remove e-coatings and
KECO has launched its new Collision Glue Pull Kits, a new and improved collection of kits assembled specifically for collision shops.
Keco has introduced the Inspection Wedge, a multi-purpose tool that’s great for PDR techs, estimators or body technicians.
KECO announces the launch of the Crease Killer, the ultimate crease-pulling machine.