Don't Replace Damaged Alloy Wheels-- Repair Them !
25 July 2012
If your alloy wheels look like they have been through a battle zone, don't spend your hard earned money on new wheels. You can have those beautiful alloy wheels repaired and for less than the cost of replacement. The best part is that you don't have to leave your car at a body shop to do so.
Mobile alloy wheel repair is available and it's not going to cost you as much as you might think. These repairs can be completed while the wheels are on your car, too. The mobile alloy wheel repair technicians simply come to your home or work. All they need is a place to park their mobile workshop and a point of power. There is a lot of skill involved in repairing alloy wheels, so the hardest part of this process is finding a mobile repair company that you can trust to do a great job.
You should ask your friends and family if they have had similar repairs done in the past. They will be able to tell you how great getting their alloy wheel repair done by a mobile technician was. It will save you a lot of time and money because you won't have to find other means of transportation while your vehicle was in the body shop. In addition, the repairs are much less expensive because mobile services don't have the expensive overhead costs.
The repairs are done by experienced and well-trained technicians. The technician will use special tools and equipment to affect the repair. The dents and dings are leveled out with a grinder. Then a very strong epoxy substance is used to fill in the low areas, which makes your alloy wheel even stronger than before the repair. The area is sanded smooth and two coats of primer are applied. Once those are dry, the alloy wheel is then painted. There should be no sign of the repair once it is complete.
You can save hundreds with this type of repair when compared to the cost of replacement alloy wheels. There is no sense throwing your money away when the repaired wheels look just as good as they did when they were new. It's easy to find a mobile technician, too. Simply take a look online and you will see reviews of various companies. Pay attention to what other customers have to say so you're sure you are getting a highly trained and qualified technician to repair your alloy wheels.
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