At Auto Medics we know that damage to your alloy wheels can spoil the appearance of your car. We also understand that replacing a set of alloy wheels can be extremely expensive. That’s why we recommend you visit our experts who will advise whether it’s possible to restore your alloys, not only to improve the appearance of your motor but maintain the market value.
There are many ways alloy wheels can sustain damage, commonly kerb damage is the culprit, but corrosion or discolouration through misuse of chemicals are also issues we, at Auto Medics, are fully experienced in rectifying.
Corrosion occurs when protective layer of your alloy becomes damaged leaving your wheel exposed to the elements. During cold and frosty weather like we are experiencing at present, salt from the roads will work to aid corrosion.
When a diamond cut alloy suffers a stone chip or scratch, corrosion will follow the pattern of the entire wheel corroding your alloys and causing the lacquer to flake off.
While initially damage to your wheel maybe cosmetic, left long enough corrosion can cause the wheel to fail. To avoid shelling out a small fortune to replace your alloy wheels, get in touch with the diamond cut alloy specialists at Auto Medics in High Wycombe. Contact us on 01494 533 534 or drop by for a chat and we’ll get you booked in.