Wheel repair machine a cost effective solution

Diamond cut alloy wheels are becoming more and more popular nowadays. However, despite their increasing popularity, it is not always clear how to distinguish them from painted wheels and how to refurbish them. This artical is to help you understand better what diamond cut alloy wheels are and how to look after them.

1. My alloy wheels are scratched – how do I get them refurbished?

One of the very popular questions is how to refurbish scratched alloy wheels. Before actually answering the question, it is important to understand the difference between the two main types of wheels.

2. Are the wheels on your car diamond cut alloys or are they painted wheels?

Nowadays, there are two main types of alloy wheels that come as standard on new cars: diamond cut and traditional painted alloy wheels.

3. What is the difference between diamond cut alloy wheels and traditional painted alloy wheels?

If the wheel is two-tone, with a darker inner and a silver outer, then it is highly likely to be a diamond cut alloy wheel. This type of wheel has a machine turned face over a painted background. If the wheel is all the same colour, then the chances are it is a painted wheel.

4. How do I get the wheels refurbished?

If you want to retain the original look of the wheel and the car, then you need to involve a specialist repairer.

Refurbishing diamond cut alloy wheels requires the use of a specialist wheel repair machine, to cut back the face (and cut out the damage), then reapply several coats of lacquer to bring the wheel back to its original look. Despite needing less specialist equipment, painted wheels still require professional attention to remove the scratches, repaint and lacquer to match the original manufacturer’s colour.

We are manufacture of diamond cutting wheel repair machine for over 20 years and we have all the specialist equipment to repair diamond cut alloys.

Take a look at before and after of diamond cut alloy wheel refurbishment process to see the difference our diamond cutting alloy wheel repair machine can achieve.

Wheel repair machine a cost effective solution

5. How long will it take to get wheels refurbished?

Traditional wheel refurbishers can take up to 7 days to repair diamond cut alloys. Most vehicle owners cannot afford to have their car off the road for days on end when wheel refurbishments are carried out.

Our wheel repair machine has a convenient and cost-effective solution, to repair your diamond cut or painted alloy wheels the same day.

Our machines can help the vehicles back on the road as fast as possible!

Wheel repair machine a cost effective solution

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