At our repairs workshop in Bristol, we have some of the latest refurbishment technology. We are able to fully strip and sand the old paint and lacquer off of the wheel which means we are not simply painting over old paint or a poor surface due to previous repairs. We will then inspect and begin to remove all of the kerb damage and scuffs from the alloy, filling any deeper cuts in the wheel.
After the wheel has been refurbished and smoothed, our experts will apply a base coat to the alloy. Spraying of alloys requires a high level of skill and our professionals here at Car & Truck have heaps of experience and training in the process. Alloy wheels are not simple round, flat surfaces and it can be a painstaking process to repair one. That’s why it’s important to choose a professional workshop to repair your alloys. More often than not, attempting the process yourself if you’re inexperienced, can create a range of problems.
Once the base paint has been applied, then a clear coat of lacquer is put on the wheel to protect the paint and keep your refurbished alloys looking great, with a flawless finish.