<keywords>alloy wheels repair
Scratches and notches in alloy wheels not only look unattractive, they also reduce the value of the vehicle and may endanger its occupants. Minor damage to alloy wheels can quickly cause hairline cracks to develop, which cannot be repaired. It’s really important to regularly clean your alloy wheels, and to check for damage that could have been caused by anything from bad weather or accidentally mounting the kerb to driving on salty surfaces.
Whether you want to replace your alloy wheels or repair them and remove scratches or dents, alloy wheel refurbishment and repair specialists can help. It’s well worth investing in the repair, as this is often less than half the price of purchasing a new rim.
An alloy wheels and refurbishment expert is a specialist mechanic who can help to eliminate any damage, polish the rims and restore them to their original look. If abrasions, bumps or corrosion are found on the alloy wheels, repair in the form of partial painting is usually the best solution.
The duties of an alloy wheels repair worker include:
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|Location in UK||Hourly Rate||Daily Rate|
|London||£42 per hour||£274 per day|
|Birmingham||£30 per hour||£184 per day|
|Leeds||£32 per hour||£213 per day|
|Glasgow||£32 per hour||£93 per day|
|Sheffield||£28 per hour||£90 per day|
|Bradford||£33 per hour||£209 per day|
|Liverpool||£36 per hour||£249 per day|
|Edinburgh||£20 per hour||£155 per day|
|Manchester||£36 per hour||£228 per day|
|Bristol||£ per hour||£ per day|