Diamond Cut Wheels
Many cars are fitted with diamond cut finished wheels to give a high shine look. They achieve this by painting the wheel first then baking it in the oven. If you don’t know if you have diamond cut wheels, look really closely at them and if they’re like these photos then you probably have!
These are the 3 most common types of Diamond Cutting:
You don’t also have to have diamond cut every time – we can turn them into whatever you want!
Because of this specific treatment by the manufacturers, if you have diamond cut wheels and need them repairing you will need our diamond cutting service to reproduce this attractive finish for your alloys.
Not all repairers will attempt, or be able, to repair damage to a diamond cut alloy which is why you need a specialist…
Because of this, diamond cutting takes a lot longer than a powder coat refurbishment but is definitely worth the time! It usually takes an extra day for diamond cut wheel refurbishment.
DCW definitely benefit from added protection as lacquer is the only thing between the metal and the elements. Check out our Autobrite Direct product recommendations below.
Autobrite Direct After Care
These are the Autobrite direct products we recommend for you to use as part of your aftercare. If you would like to place an order, please contact us