Brabus- Chipped, Bent & Corroded Alloy Full Refurbishment
December 14, 2014

Brabus- Chipped, Bent & Corroded Alloy Full Refurbishment- Customised
As you can see, this Brabus Diamond Cut wheel was badly Corroded. One of the other alloys was also chipped on the front edge and required welding to rebuild the missing chunk. The only real way to get rid of Corrosion from Alloy Wheels is by Acid Dipping and Shot Blasting the Wheels, in a Sandblaster. This takes the Alloy Wheel back to bare metal (Aluminium). Depending on how bad the corrosion damage is we may then need to repeat the process and re-sandblast the badly corroded areas.

If the Alloy has been badly corroded over a long period of time we may have to carry out Alloy Wheel Welding to rebuild the surface of the Alloy where the corrosion has eaten away at the aluminium. If the corrosion damage is minimal, after we have Acid Dipped and Sandblasted the Alloy, we prepare the Wheel, so it is ready for Powder Coating. Corrosion is Prone to Alloy Wheels which have Diamond Cut and Polished Finishes
(BMW Split Rims) (LEXUS IS200-Corrosion)