1) Securely position the vehicle on axel stands or a ramp within our unit and remove the wheels from the vehicle
2) Remove the tyre from the bead, if the damage is kerbing only. If there is corrosion then we remove tyre completely and sandblast the alloy.
3) We grind out any kerb marks and reshape the edge of the wheel. Metal filler is applied if the damage is excessive. Tig welds may be necessary to repair deep holes or gouges.
4) The final prep work is carried out to ensure correct adhesion for the paint.
5) The faces of the wheel are then painted and lacquered. The backs of the alloy are also painted if necessary, i.e. for a colour change or if the wheel has been blasted inside to remove corrosion.
6) Before the wheels are fitted back onto the vehicle, final quality checks are carried out and the tyres are rebalanced.
During each step of the refurbishment process, quality checks are carried out to ensure the safety, integrity and value of your car are maintained to the highest standard possible.