Diamond Cutting is used on corroded diamond cut alloys and where the damage is so great that just applying lacquer will not achieve a quality or long-lasting finish that is The Wheel Specialist’s hallmark. In these cases the diamond cutting process removes a thin layer off the alloy but there are limits to how often you can do this and in these cases adopting a powder finish is a better solution.
The Diamond Cutting Process is another method used and is similar to powder coating with the addition of a machine cut finish to the front face of the wheel.
The Wheel Specialist also undertakes a wide range of Cosmetic Repairs where a small to medium area of the alloy has been damaged but it does not warrant a full alloy refurbishment. Such repairs are not as long-lasting but do provide an excellent method of improving the look of your wheels. Our experienced technicians will always advise on the best course of action.
Whether you drive a Range Rover or a hot hatch, a Ferrari or a family saloon, beautiful alloy wheels are no longer the exclusive of just top of the range vehicles. Whatever vehicle you drive having spotless alloys not only enhances the kerb-appeal of your car but adds value to your vehicle.
Our twenty five years of experience guarantees the quality of our services and our Powder Coating work carried out at The Wheel Specialist comes with either a twelve month warranty. See our terms & conditions for more information.