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How Many Times Can You Refurbish An Alloy Wheel?

How Many Times Can You Refurbish An Alloy Wheel?

Refurbishing your car’s worn alloy wheels can improve their appearance and performance. But how often can you do this? Usually, with careful handling, alloy wheels can undergo 2 to 3 quality refurbishments. However, several factors affect this frequency, including the wheel’s condition and the extent of damage. Let’s take a closer look at these aspects and understand the refurbishment process…

Can Alloy Wheels Be Repaired?

Can Alloy Wheels Be Repaired?

Alloy wheels. They look so sharp when you first get them, all shiny and stylish. But it doesn’t take long before they get a little dull and beat up from wear and tear. You might start wondering if it’s even possible to bring back that showroom shine to alloy wheels that have seen better days. The good news is, yes…

How do alloy wheels get damaged?

How do alloy wheels get damaged?

Alloy wheels have become a staple of modern motoring. Unlike traditional steel wheels, alloy wheels are a blend of metals, primarily aluminium, with traces of other elements thrown into the mix. This combination results in a wheel that’s not only pleasing to the eye but also offers functional advantages. So, what sets alloy wheels apart? Weight Advantage: They’re lighter, which…

How Do We Repair Alloy Wheels?

How Do We Repair Alloy Wheels?

Wheelworx is a leading alloy wheel repair professional in Colchester, with a proven track record in serving customers across Essex. Our repairs are performed to the highest standard by trained professionals, providing a seamless result. Alloy wheels are both important to the aesthetic appeal of your vehicle and expensive to replace when they sustain damage – for this reason, alloy…

Alloy Wheels VS Diamond Cut

Alloy Wheels VS Diamond Cut

Alloy wheels have become increasingly popular in recent years due to their stylish designs and improved performance compared to traditional steel wheels. Two common types of alloy wheels are standard alloy wheels and diamond cut alloy wheels. In this article, we will discuss the difference between these two types and provide maintenance tips for each. Standard Alloy Wheels: Standard alloy…

The Range of Different Alloy Wheel Repair Types Available

The Range of Different Alloy Wheel Repair Types Available

Alloy wheels are popular among car enthusiasts due to their stylish appearance and improved performance. However, they are prone to damage and wear and tear over time. Fortunately, there are different types of alloy wheel repair options available to restore their appearance and functionality. The most common type of repair is paint-on refurbishment which involves applying a specialised paint system…

How to Clean Alloy Wheels

How to Clean Alloy Wheels

Whether your alloy wheels are looking a little dull, or you just want to keep them in tip-top condition, regular cleaning is essential. alloy wheels can be difficult to clean, as they are often located in hard-to-reach places. A professional company, like Wheelworx will always produce a top tier, like new finish. However, with a little time and effort, you…

Finding the Right Alloy Wheel Repair Service Provider

Alloy wheel repair can be a tricky and daunting task if you don’t know where to start. Thankfully, we’ve compiled this helpful guide on what you should look for when trying to find the right alloy wheel repair service provider to reverse your alloy wheel damage and repair your alloy wheels in no time, returning them to factory condition for…

Keeping Your Alloy Wheels Clean

Keeping Your Alloy Wheels Clean

Keeping your alloy wheels clean can be a somewhat daunting expedition if you don’t know how to approach the task. Do not fear however, with our many combined years of experience specialising in alloy wheels, we’re here to help advise you on the best possible practices in carrying out this task and ensuring that your alloy wheels come out looking…

What are Diamond Cut Alloys?

What are Diamond Cut Alloys?

This is an alloy wheel which has been put on a lathe and part of or the entire painted surface of the wheel machined off to leave a shiny alloy finish. A small part of the actual alloy is machined off to create this finish. It is then lacquered over to prevent corrosion. You will be able to see if…