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Welcome to Our Alloy Wheel Refurbishment FAQ Page


Are you looking to bring new life to your alloy wheels or seeking information about alloy wheel refurbishment? You’ve come to the right place. At Fusion Wheels ,we understand the importance of keeping your vehicle’s wheels not only structurally sound but also visually appealing. We’ve compiled this FAQ page to address the most common questions and concerns you might have about alloy wheel refurbishment.

Alloy wheel refurbishment is a service that can make a significant difference in the appearance and performance of your wheels. Whether your wheels have encountered unsightly curb damage, scrapes, chips, corrosion, or simply lost their luster over time, our team  is here to provide the answers you need.


What is alloy wheel refurbishment?

Alloy wheel refurbishment is the process of restoring and renewing the appearance of alloy wheels that have suffered from damage, corrosion, or cosmetic issues. it involves repairing and refinishing the wheel to make them look like new! 


Why should I consider refurbishing my alloy wheels?

Refurbishing your alloy wheels can improve their appearance, increase the resale value of your vehicle, and extend the lifespan of the wheels.It’s cost-effective alternative to replacing damage or worn wheels. 


What type of damage can be repaired through refurbishment?

Alloy wheel refurbishment can address various issues, including curb damage, scratches, scuffs, chips , corrosin, flat spots, and peeling paint or finish!


How long does alloy wheel refurbishment take?

The time required for refurbishment can vary depending on the extent of the damge and the specific process used. In general , it may take between 2-3 working days.


What is the cost of alloy wheel refurbishment?

The cost of refurbishment varies based on factors like the extent of damage, the type of finish you want, The size of the wheel and your location. It’s best to get a quote. Also our  you can find our price here


How can I maintain refurbished alloy wheels?

To keep your refurbished wheels in good condition, clean them regularly with mild detergent and a soft brush o cloth. Avoid using harsh chemicals and abrasive cleaning materials to prevent damage.


What is the primary difference between painted alloy wheels and diamond-cut wheels?

 The main difference lies in the wheel’s finish. Painted alloy wheels have a traditional painted surface, while diamond-cut wheels have a polished and machined finish created by removing a thin layer of material.


What is a painted alloy wheel?

Painted alloy wheels have a surface coating of paint applied to the wheel, which provides colour and protection against corrosion and wear. The paint can be in various colors and finishes, including matte or gloss.


What is a diamond-cut wheel?

A diamond-cut wheel, also known as a machine-faced or machined alloy wheel, features a polished finish achieved by using a specialized lathe to cut into the wheel’s surface. This process creates a distinct shiny, metallic appearance.


What's the difference between diamond cut wheel and painted one ?

A diamond-cut wheel refers to a type of wheel finish where the face of the wheel is machined or cut with diamond-tipped tools to create a more intricate and reflective surface. This finish often gives a distinct, shiny appearance. On the other hand, “painted” typically refers to wheels that have a layer of paint applied to them for colour and protection. 

Diamond cut wheel vs Painted wheel
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