Kerbed or damaged alloy wheels? Our alloy wheel repair service will bring them back up to best

Alloy wheels look great on your car, creating a smart, sporty look. What’s not so great is that sinking feeling you get when you scrape your shiny alloys along the kerb.

Scuffs, scrapes and scratches on your alloys not only look scruffy and unsightly but they can lower the value of your car if you’re thinking of selling. What’s more, if you don’t repair your alloys, they can become corroded over the winter months.

Mike Brewer Motors offers high quality alloy wheel repair for both standard alloys and diamond cut alloys.

Standard Alloy Wheel Repair

from £55 per wheel

We can colour match any wheel using the latest paint mixing system

We can do complete wheel colour changes too

We give a 6 month guarantee on the repair*

*Applies to work carried out on the repair, providing the damage is to the original repair and not new damage that needs repairing. Customer must still be the legal owner of the vehicle. Customer must produce the original invoice for the repair work carried out.

How it works

  1. We remove the tyre from the wheel rim to allow full access to the area requiring attention.
  2. We then thoroughly clean the wheel and repair the damage.
  3. Paint and lacquer are applied and baked onto the wheel thus ensuring a durable high quality finish.
  4. We then refit the tyre and balance the wheel.
  5. This process is all completed within our dedicated wheel refinishing centre.
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Diamond Cut Alloy Wheel Repair

from £95 per wheel, dependent on the make of wheel and extent of the damage. Only available at our Sheffield dealership.

A fraction of the cost of diamond cut wheel replacement

Specialist, state-of-the-art, diamond-tip machine tooling

Two-tone and coloured lacquers available for custom finishes

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How it works

  1. We have fully trained dedicated operatives whose sole job is to operate this state-of-the-art technology to refurbish the diamond cut wheels.
  2. We completely remove the tyre from the wheel rim.
  3. We then thoroughly clean the wheel and inspect for any damage.
  4. We establish the ‘profile’ (unique shape) of the wheel and programme this into the machine.
  5. Once profiled, the cutting process begins.
  6. The lathe, which is equipped with a diamond tipped cutting tool removes layers of metal which are thinner than a sheet of aluminium foil.
  7. Accuracy and attention to detail are key to the whole process to achieve the fantastic results.
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  1. Once cut, lacquer is applied and baked on to the wheel to protect it from the elements.
  2. You even have the option of adding a tint of colour to the lacquer to give a custom finish.
  3. We then refit the tyre and balance the wheel.
  4. Diamond cut wheels can only be repaired a certain number of times before the wheel has to be replaced. Light scratches can easily be taken care of several times but with very deep kerbs, you may only be able to repair the wheel once.
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