Automobile Buyers love Alloy Wheels, but they're expensive to replace and easily damaged. Can there be an alternative?

Why do over have alloy wheels? Because buyers love the way they make their cars look. However recent data show that 51% of vehicles have suffered pothole or kerb injury to alloy wheels. Are buyers repairable or is a pricey replacement consistently necessary? Who can to be turned by the car owner for professional repairs and impartial guidance? Read On

Why do over 50% of all new cars have alloy wheels? They dissipate heat produced when braking more efficiently but primarily, they look pretty and will transform the appearance of any auto.

So rather but oh so readily damaged!

Great care must be taken when driving over humps and potholes, soft aluminium alloy is readily flattened in case you hit a hump or hole at speed. Much damage may be caused at slow speeds, so it's advisable when parking, not to run up the kerbs. A flattened front rim can cause steering wobble at alloy wheel refurbishment Stockport slow speeds but similar damage on a rear wheel may result in a drone .

You Have Been Warned!!!

Each of us knows that sinking feeling you get when you (or your missus!) scrape your lovely shiny alloy wheels a long the kerb! The ensuing scuffs and when left unattended especially during winter, can get the wheel, and ruin the look of your own car scrapes are unsightly.

The expense of replacing the simplest factory fitted alloys can cost you at least GBP100, replacing wheels fitted to the BMWs, Mercedes, Audis and Porsches of this world can set you back as much as GBP500 per wheel!

Oftentimes the work is performed on site at your convenience.

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With respect to the level of damage sustained, only the region of damage is sanded down, sometimes deep scrapes may need to be full of a particular alloy wheel gel. Most alloy wheel refurbishers combine their particular paint to make sure an ideal colour match, and blend to leave an invisible repair.

Complete wheel refurbishment, where the tyre is removed, the wheel blasted or stripped back to bare metal before being painted or lacquered is normally performed at workshop premises and occasionally requires 2/3 day turn around. The finished result nonetheless, can be better compared to the original.

Before and after pictures of alloy wheel repairs can be seen.

While there are 'hundreds' of polishers and alloy wheel cleaners available on the market, most top alloy wheel manufacturers advocate usual simple care and attention. Rinse off dirt and grit which may scrape on the wheel, and after that just wash with soapy water. Some recommend using a top quality car wax or specialist wheel wax help grime and brake dust to slide off more easily and to maintain the shine.