Your alloy wheels are the most damage prone part of your car. Drive over a pothole, hit a kerb, or even make the mistake of turning sharply and there’s a great chance that you will dent, crack, or even destroy your alloy wheels. It is also one of the most visible features in your car so a muddy, dirty, and dusty alloy wheel can be quite unacceptable for most. Don’t worry for you can always have your alloy wheels refurbished or repaired for that showroom effect.
Understandably, there are some who can get easily confused with the difference between alloy wheel refurbishment with alloy wheel repair and the other way around since both processes are applied to the alloy wheels. But what is the difference between refurbish and repair? Which one is for functionality and which one is for vanity? The simple infographic below portrays the perfect illustration so you will not be confused with the usage of both terms the next time you may need one.
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