We have the ability to refurbish minor wheel abrasions/kerb damage and wheel marks at your home, work or dealership premises. Our fleet of Mobile refurbishment vehicles will take in the region of 1 hour to complete a single wheel refurbishment, of course this depends on the severity of the damage.

The refurbishment is dependent on the original finish of the wheel, be it painted, polished or diamond cut.

Painted wheels: Once we have removed the wheel from your vehicle and secured your vehicle safely on axle stands, we will break the wheel bead and collapse the tyre off the rim. This enables us to gain access to the underside of the rim and remove any damage necessary.

Once completed, the wheel will be cleaned and prepared for paint and lacquer adhesion. Our paint process involves baking the wheels with infrared heat lamps and electrically operated high temperature appliances. Once the refurbishment process is finished, we re-inflate the tyre. (There is no need to rebalance as the tyre has not been removed) and apply tyre dressing.

Diamond Cut/Polished

Initially the wheel removal process is the same as the Painted wheels above, however depending upon the severely the damaged area will again determine the level of repair. If the damage is located on the very edge we may use our specially designed wheel polishing machine. If the damage is located on a spoke(s) we will attempt to remove the damage by hand and replicate the finish by fading out using a coloured lacquer. This is only suitable on minor abrasions and not to be used on any corroded wheels. There are limitations on what can and cannot be done with Diamond Cut wheel regarding cosmetic repairs onsite ’. We have honed our mobile repair technicians over the last 10 years and are the market leaders in this specialised type of repair.

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