Can you refurb diamond cut alloys?
Diamond-Cut alloys cannot be repaired at home, as they require a lathe to be refurbished. Diamond-Cut alloys are first removed from the vehicle and are repaired using a lathe. The lathe removes old layers of lacquer and paint, this provides a smooth surface for repairs.
How much does it cost to refurb diamond cut alloys?
At Diamond Alloys, a diamond cut alloy repair starts from as little as £72.50 per wheel when you have all 4 alloy wheels refurbished at the same time. This price includes a full strip down, powder coat, diamond cut and lacquer before being balanced and refitted.
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How do you polish diamond cut alloys?
Avoid using snow foams with colouring agents as they can stain diamond cut wheels. Spray the tyre wall with wheel cleaner and tackle the dirt with a stiff bristled tyre brush. Only use a pH neutral or pH balanced wheel cleaner as acid or alkaline based cleaners can discolour the surface of your wheel.
How long does it take to repair diamond cut alloys?
How long will the process take to repair my wheels? The complete alloy wheel refurbishment process normally takes around 3-4 business days for standard finish For Diamond Cut Finish…
How do I know if my alloy wheels are diamond cut?
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 (left-hand side photo). This type of wheel has a machine turned face over a painted background.
Is it worth getting alloys refurbished?
If your alloys are starting to corrode, then our advice would be to get them refurbished ASAP. … The longer you leave the corrosion the more likely it will come back. If you get them refurbished at the early stages of corrosion appearing you have more of a chance of delaying the inevitable.
Are diamond cut alloys good?
Many cars are fitted with diamond cut alloy wheels. They are a desirable, shiny wheel finish, which can be applied to the full face and lip of the wheel.
How do I protect my diamond cut wheels?
The safest way to extend the life of your diamond cut wheels is to clean them with a pH neutral wheel cleaner. Avoid cleaning with acid or alkaline based wheel cleaners as these can often cause discolouration or corrosion when used excessively.
Can you powder coat diamond cut alloy wheels?
Can I get powder coated alloys diamond cut? Yes, all our Diamond Cut allows wheels have a powder coat base. This can be painted a colour to accentuate the effect of the cut.
Can corroded alloys be repaired?
When the inner surface of your alloy wheel is corroded from road salt and wintery weather, it can cause air loss in your tyres. We can cure this problem by refurbishing your alloy wheels and this will consequentially leave you with great looking wheels as a result.