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Alloy Wheel Repair

When you've invested in a set of alloy wheels, chances are that you will want to keep them in excellent condition. A nice pair of alloy wheels will help maintain the look and residual value of your vehicle. Unfortunately, accidents do happen and scuffed alloys are very common. CROP stocks a wide range of wheel repair products to completely refresh your alloy wheels.

Alloy Wheel Refurbishment

Alloy wheels are more susceptible to potholes, kerb damage and corrosion. Most common alloy wheel damages are

  • Scuffs
  • Scratches
  • Flaking
  • Paint chips
  • Minor corrosion
  • Diamond cut
  • Colour changes

Rim Paint

There are many options for personalising your car. When you want to customise your vehicle's wheels, painting your rims is a quick and easy way to do this. Many high-end automotive manufacturers distinguish themselves with painted rims. Wheel paints are sold in rattle cans, aka aerosol cans. The spray paint typically contains 4 ounces of actual paint, 2 to 3 ounces of solvent, and about 5 ounces of compressed air (propellant). When you press the nozzle with your fingertips, the propellant pushes on the paint, forcing it out of the tube and onto a surface area.

Paint Wheels and Rims

If you are looking to add style to your car, or if your old car needs to be revitalized, painting your wheels could be the magic touch you need. If you are a bit more confident in your DIY skills, perhaps you might want to order online the right shade of car spray paint, sand down the paintwork and respray it yourself. We will guide you through the stages.

  1. Clean and degrease the surface as this will provide a better adhesion
  2. Sanding back the damaged area removes scratches and ensures the surface is smooth
  3. Prime the surface with the right primer
  4. Paint the surface in the correct shade of car spray paint
  5. Use clear coat or lacquer to provide a tough, durable glossy finish
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