We are often asked the question, "Is it worth refurbishing my alloy?" In short, our answer is always yes. Whether it is to damage or increase or retain the value of the car, we always recommend that you repair or refurbish the alloy as soon as possible (rather than later).
Although the corroded alloy usually starts to be a decorative problem if it is left for a long time, the corrosion level usually reaches a safe level that the alloy cannot be used or completely replaced. As always, we recommend that you act cautiously during corrosion and seek the help of professional and technical personnel, who will provide you with timely solutions.
If your alloy wheels start to corrode, our suggestion is to refurbish them as soon as possible. At this time, a wheel repair machine will be particularly important. Do not leave them, because corrosion will gradually erode deeper and deeper alloys, and at this point, the refurbishment process may not last long. The longer you leave the corrosion, the more likely it is that the corrosion will come back. If you refurbish them in the early stages of corrosion, you are more likely to postpone the possibility of this condition.
If the wheel is restored to its best condition, the current state of the alloy must be determined before any work is performed. The severity of damage to the decorative alloy varies, and most damage may mask a larger problem with the wheel, which can also affect the performance of the car if you drive it.
As mentioned earlier, nothing seems worse than "do it yourself" painting homework or obviously having to fix something yourself. Simply put, DIY repair work usually ends up severely damaging the resale value and safety of any car. Although we not only advocate using only mechanics or repair shops to remove any minor knocks or dents, it is recommended that professionals perform overhauls on the car to ensure that the car looks good and maintains its value. Alloy wheel repair kits include all the materials needed to repair damaged alloys; however, it is recommended that they only be used to repair minor to moderate cosmetic damage.
Many people think that alloy wheels are a stylish addition to cars, but in fact they may also increase their value. Obviously, this depends to a certain extent on the age of the car, the manufacturer and model, and the type of wheels, but in most cases, because the newly refurbished wheels will not only greatly improve the overall appearance of the car, but also increase its value. . The higher the value of the car, the greater the chance that refurbished wheels will increase its value.
If you already have alloys in your car, but you want to add value, it's worth researching on alloy recoloring. This service can spray powder coatings on alloys like traditional coatings, and then deposit them on a dry surface. Then it is heat-treated to form a gel on the surface of the wheel, thereby protecting your aluminum alloy wheels from ultraviolet rays, light scratches, pollution and washing whirlpools. Not only does it add personality to your car, but it can eventually transform your popular brands and models into tailor-made cars.