The most important aspect of our service is that we are performing a refurbishment and there are limits to what can be achieved.
Undercoat / Base Coat
This is a consequence of the diamond cutting process removing very small amounts of metal from the face of the wheel and exposing the underlying primer.
Diamond cut lines
Our highly skilled technicians will do their best to minimise visibility of those lines, however, we cannot be sure how they will appear on the finished wheel.
No. of diamond cuts
The refurbishment of diamond cut wheels requires the removal of a small amount of surface metal. Customers should be aware that this may limit the number of times such wheels can be refurbished using this method.
Text / patterns / logos
Please be aware that the patterns / logos may be less visible or lost during the refurbishment process due to primer/paint thickness and/or amount of aluminium left prior diamond cutting process.
Pinholes / Imperfections
When diamond cutting on previously welded area or if alloy cast isn’t perfect, small pinholes can appear. We generally cannot tell you in advance if there are likely to be problems.
Smoked / tinted lacquer
Due to the intricate process involved when creating a smoked / tinted lacquer effect it is not always possible to precisely match a refurbished wheel to existing wheels, we therefore suggest that either 2 wheels from the same side of the vehicle or all 4 wheels be refurbished at once.