Refurbishing Your Alloy Wheels And Tyres
Consider refurbishing your alloy wheels if your alloy wheels and tyres have lost their shine, or you have noticed scrapes and cuts across the surface material.
Let us answer some of the most common questions our customers ask about refurbishing their wheels and tyres.
When can you refurbish alloy wheels, and when you need them replaced?
You can repair or replace your alloy wheels and tyres depending on the severity of the damage and the strength of your alloy wheels. There are a lot of wheel damages that can be resolved through refurbishment.
You will need light repair work to your alloy wheel for less severe damages such as scrapes, fades, scuffs and scratches. Sometimes, serious damage such as bends and dents can also be fixed with the use of our technologically advanced machine and specialist care.
Alloy wheel refurbishment only enhances your wheels cosmetically, but for damages that are directly affecting your ability to drive you will need extensive repair work (not advisable) or a wheel replacement. Severe damages such as heavy corrosion, severe cracks, distortion to the shape of the rim, or buckling to the wheel itself is a good sign that you need to replace your alloy wheels.
The best way to get your alloy wheels professionally refurbished is to visit a specialist alloy wheel refurbishment workshop. For instance, car owners in Bolton and Manchester have only one name in mind for alloy wheel refurbishment, and that is Number Plate Clinic. We follow a set of processes to refurbish ordinary alloy wheels and tyres, but for diamond-cut alloy wheels, we need to use special state-of-the-art equipment available in our workshop. Our experts have the knowledge and equipment to make these restorations to your alloy wheels to make them look as good as new.