Here we will guide you through the repair process
People normally wonder what the repair process is like for repairing a damaged alloy.
In 5 simple steps we can repair your alloy and have it ready for you to drive away fully repaired.
The vehicle is jacked up and the alloy wheel is removed from the vehicle.
Damaged areas on your alloy are repaired using various techniques, grinding down using a wheel machine if required.
The wheel is then cured in our on-board oven.
In the mobile workshop the tyre is deflated and removed from the face of the wheel, then shrink-wrapped to protect the tyre surface.
Primer is applied, followed by the required paint and lacquer.
After repair, the tyre will be re-inflated to the recommended pressure and replaced onto your vehicle.
Your vehicle will then be ready to drive away.
Revive your alloys
Kerbed alloys aren’t great to look at and are quite easily repaired (depending on how severe the damage is).
Contact Mark today for a free quotation.