Corrosion on Diamond Cut Alloys
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- Corrosion is a regular problem with these alloys. The coated plastic seal breaks and water gets in between the alloy and the plastic coating and with time they start to go white and corrode.
- We recommend having the coating striped away, the alloy repaired to remove any signs of visible corrosion, primed, painted and lacquered. This is one method to refurbish the alloys the other is that we can recut the alloys so they look the same as the original finish, please note there is no paint guarantee with the recuting proces as there is no painting involved.
Corrosion on Standard Alloys
- We can repair corrosion on standard alloys, we remove all the corrosion and then prime paint and lacquer the wheels.
Please note we can not give any guarantees with regards to corrosion happening again ( No one can!), we will endeavour to repair the alloys to the best of our ability.
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