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Why hire a wheel refurbishment service through Airtasker?
Your wheels can easily make or break the look of your car. Not only does a scratch or scrape on your tyre look unsightly, but it can also lead to even bigger and costlier problems if left unchecked. Instead of further risking damage to your wheels by going to a repair shop, why not hire a tasker for a wheel refurbishment? Just set up your preferred day and time, then you can relax from wherever you are while your specialists get the job done for you.
From powder coating and diamond cutting to cosmetic repair, we can do it all. With the proper knowledge and expertise, our Taskers will work to get your wheels back to its optimal condition while adhering to the highest standards of safety and quality.
At Airtasker, we will listen to your needs and preferences and deliver an exceptional job that will meet and exceed your expectations. So when your wheels start to look like they've seen better days, don't hesitate to ask our Taskers for help. They will come to you at your earliest convenience and work to get your wheels back to its former glory!
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Top Wheel Refurbishment related questions
Wheel refurbishing aims to recondition your wheels back to its original state. Using various methods such as power coating, diamond cutting, and cosmetic repair, a wheel refurbishment job repairs all minor defects and gives wheels a new colour and finish depending on the customer's specifications.
What do wheel refurbishment services include?
Damaged or manky wheels can have a negative impact not just on a vehicle’s performance but also on its value. Once you notice that your tyres are past their prime, it's time to get them checked and revamped. From powder coating and diamond cutting to cosmetic repair, wheel refurbishment services can involve various processes—all with the same goal of reconditioning your wheel back to manufacturer standards. Just tell us your needs and preferences, and we will go straight to work on making your wheels look like new again. Here’s what we can do:
Powder coating is your best bet when your wheels have begun to show scratches, scrapes, and signs of normal wear and tear. To prepare your wheels for coating, they are first stripped of all the old lacquer, paint, and any remaining chemical residue. Your specialist will then fix any damage to your wheel's rim edges or face before gently heating them to remove any air. After the heat treatment, the first powder coating will be applied and subsequently cured before finally applying wet paint in your preferred colour. The last step involves using a lacquer coat in your chosen finish to ensure your wheel is protected from any environmental damage including moisture, sunlight, and dirt.
Diamond cutting uses the same procedure as that of powder coating except for having a diamond-cut finish at the end of the process. The old paint and lacquer are removed from your wheels before being cleaned and heated for powder coating and finishing. Once cured, the wheels go under a special machine called a computer numerical controlled lathe (CNC) to achieve a diamond-cut finish. After another round of cleaning and heating, an anti-corrosion additive and acrylic lacquer are applied to your wheels before they return to the machine for final curing.
Cosmetic repairs, also called SMART (Small to Medium Area Repair Technology) repairs, is a quick and cost-effective way of repairing minor damage to your wheels. Often involving only a small or medium section of the wheel, the repair is done using specialised tools and equipment in order to match the original colour and finish, and leave your tyre as untouched as possible.