Can you repair diamond cut wheels?

How many times can diamond cut wheels be repaired?

Generally speaking, you can repair or recut your alloy wheels 1 to 2 times. However, the technician working on your alloy wheels will be able to advise you accordingly.

Can you smart repair diamond cut alloys?

Dr Alloy replicates the damaged diamond cut alloy. We are able to offer this service as a SMART repair, so the car can be back on the road within a matter of hours, reducing vehicle downtime.

Can you polish diamond cut wheels?

You’ll struggle to keep the diamond cut finish if using any abrasives. As you say, you can always get them flatter and flatter up to 1500 grit, and then polish from there to a mirror finish.

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.

How long does it take to refurb diamond cut alloys?

Traditional wheel refurbishers can take up to 7 days to repair diamond cut alloys, however, this is where DA Techs can make the difference to you! Most vehicle owners cannot afford to have their car off the road for days on end whilst wheel refurbishments are carried out.

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Can you repair alloy wheels yourself?

DIY repairs: How to repair alloy wheels yourself

It’s possible to repair light damage with an over-the counter alloy wheel repair kit comprising sand papers, a filler, primer and paint. You may want to apply a lacquer on top, depending on the wheel’s finish.

How do you look after Diamond cut alloys?

They should be cleaned with a mild shampoo. Do not use acid or alkaline-based wheel cleaners – this will help to avoid any discolouration of the wheel. Diamond cut wheels also generally have pretty harsh edges so it’s best to use an air blower (if you have one), rather than cloths.

How much does it cost to fix scuffed alloy wheels?

Pricing is quite reasonable, starting at $99 and ranging to over $220. Most repairs are somewhere between $120 and $170 and that’s based on: What type of finish does your wheel have – painted, machined, or polished?