Alloy wheels are one of the most popular pairs of wheels that people across the world now choose to opt. These wheels guarantee to improve not only the whole look of a car but also its performance and structure. Alloy wheels are a modern attempt at designing the tyres of a vehicle. They help to give quick acceleration and improve the speed handling power of a car. Because of the lightweight, the suspension of a vehicle also retains much less weight. However, DIESEL Alloy Wheels need to be maintained to ensure continuous performance. These wheels are likely to get chipped, scuffed or damaged during bad parking when the wheel is in direct contact with the kerb. Such damages destroyed the original appearance of a vehicle giving it a rather shabby look. These wheels are vulnerable to water, dirt and other contaminants. Therefore, if they are left for some amount of time, they can get corroded which can destroy its appearance. There are many other kinds of damages that a Cheap Alloy Wheels UK can have if they are not properly maintained. There can be a permanent mark left on the wheel if a strong wheel cleaner of acidic based has been used. This cleanser, if it is dried, can cause a permanent stain. The stiff cleaning equipment which is used to scrub may also leave scratches on the surface. In such cases, a pair of wheels needs a refurbishment process because this method can revamp the whole look of a wheel by giving it a new colour and finish. If the damage is not quite severe, a refurbishment or repairing process can be done easily at home instead of giving it to the professional. For the refurbishment process, correct tools and equipment are needed. These include- automotive primer, paint, a lacquer, dry sandpaper, newspaper, old sheets, microfibre towels, and automotive filler. Before starting with the process, it is important to deflate the tyre first and slightly pull it back from the rim so that the whole wheel can be painted. It would also ensure that the wheel is prevented from getting contaminated with dust particles. Professional craftsmen usually do this for a small fee. Firstly, one needs to cover the areas which don’t require painting like the inside of a tyre. Then, a wheel has to be rubbed with the wet and dry sandpaper to remove the lacquer and the paint or any roughness. If wheels are very damaged, then an automotive filler must be used to level and smooth it off. After applying, it should be left to dry. Next, a primer must be applied which repairs and smoothens the surface for the paint colour. A few coats of primer should be applied before applying the new colour. After the primer is completely dried out, new paint colour should be applied in multiple layers so that it can cover the wheel completely. After the paint is applied and is also dried out, lacquer should be applied to ensure the new colour remains protected from the dust and other contaminants. To level it out, wet and dry sandpaper should be used on all parts of the wheel with either water or a lubricant. Then remove the masking materials and re-inflate the tyres to fit it back to the vehicle. If the wheels are severely damaged or if one lacks the essential equipment for the refurbishment process, then it is ideal to approach professional repairmen. Although the DIY method is much less expensive and quite easy to manage, professional work can guarantee a premium standard of quality and many other options. A professional refurbishment process, however, also power coats the wheel to give a uniform finish. In either way, it is advised to apply a wheel sealant after completing the process to protect the tyre from any sort of contaminants.