It's been a bad month for the Ram.... Two weeks ago I got a nice rock chip/crack on my front windshield. $200 later I got a nice new Mopar replacement glass.
Then yesterday I was driving, and a box whipped up from the van in front of me and like a boomerang came back into my lane and smashed into the side of my front bumper leaving two chips:
What's my best option? I've got a quote from a company I used a few years ago to pull a dent out of my last truck for the following two options:
A.) Touch up the area, but will still be visible: $75
B.) Sand, repaint and color match the whole section, area will not be visible: $225.
Now this is a mobile paintless dent removal/chip repair company, so any work done would be in my driveway. I asked about option B and concerns with dust, etc. and was told that it obviously won't be perfect as it isn't done in a booth, but would be much cheaper.
The area is slightly noticeable from a distance if you look for it, but I would like to do something about it. What would be your recommendation?
I'm thinking going with option A for $75 and touch up the spot as the bumper has minor chips from road sand/rocks and if I am going to repaint it, I might as well do it right at a body shop. However, if anyone has had any experience or would think it would be workwhile to go with option B, I would be glad to hear.
EDIT: Paint itself is damage, as you can feel the area with your fingernail.