Wheel Repair in Southern Oregon

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We service local dealerships and the general public. We specialize in cosmetic alloy wheel repair. If you have any small to large nicks, gouges, curb rash, clear coat fade/peel or just want a whole wheel color change, let us help.

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Here at Rim Rehab we offer full wheel color change, as well as alloy wheel repair. Alloy wheel repair is the process of restoring cosmetic damaged wheels to their original condition. Alloy wheels are popular due to their lightweight and aesthetically pleasing designs, but they can be prone to damage from curbs, potholes and other road hazards. Rim Rehab aims to fix various issues such as curb rash, scratches, chips, dings, clear coat fade/peel on the wheels.

The specific techniques and methods used for alloy wheel repair may vary, depending on the extent of the damage. Here are some common steps involved in Rim Rebab's process:

Inspection: A professional technician will thoroughly examine the wheels to assess the damage and determine the appropriate repair method.

Cleaning: The wheels are cleaned to remove dirt, grime, and any grease/oils. This step ensures a clean surface for repair work.

Color matching: We use paint swatches to match the original painted surface of the alloy wheel.

Body work: Any high spots left behind from the damage are sanded out of the alloy. Any low areas in the alloy are filled with suitable body filler. Afterward, the repaired area is sanded down to create a smooth surface.

Primer: Three separate coats of primer are applied to cover up bodywork and minor scratches from sanding as well as enhance adhesion for the base coat.

Two stage base coat: 2 to 3 coats of paint will be applied followed up by at least two coats of clearcoat. This clearcoat can be from matte finish to high gloss.

Quality check: The repaired wheels undergo a final inspection to ensure the repairs meet the desired standards.

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