This is part two of our series on wheel repair. Click here for part one, and click here for part two.
And click here to learn more about wheel reapirs at 106St Tire & Wheel and to schedule an appointment.
Can steel wheels be re-coated?
Yes, it is possible to re-coat steel wheels and other car components, such as hubs, drums, suspension parts, and so on.
In conclusion, it is important to ensure that a wheel repair service provider is properly licensed and adequately insured before entrusting your precious wheels to him or her; luckily, we sure are. It is always a good idea to hire a specialist (hint: us) who offers all types of wheel repair services, such as inspection, refurbishment, and replacement, all under one roof.
If a wheel repairer doesn't have superior or advanced equipment there is a high chance that he or she cannot guarantee you the results you are looking for. Time is of much importance too, based on customer reviews; you will be in a position to identify a service provider who delivers in good time. Base your decision on a lot of research and recommendations from a friend, relatives and other acquaintances. Lastly, for your own safety and the safety of your pocket, hire a wheel repair professional (again, us) that you are comfortable with; some wheel repairers are just quacks out there to squander car owner's money.