DIY Alloy Wheel Repair Kit / Rim Repair Kit
- Effective for curb rash, dents, scratches, scuffs, installation damage, etc
- Matches the color of the rim
- Heat, vibration & water-resistant
- Time and money saver
- Long-lasting effect
- No professional help required
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To treat bruised, brushed and dented car rims quickly, this Alloy Wheel Repair Kit is the ultimate answer. Effective for scratches and abrasions, this complete kit fills the cavities in the exact same color as the metallic rims. No extra tools or special skills required to use this kit. It is simple, time and cost-saving.
- Effective for: Curb rash, dents, scratches, scuffs, installation damage, sanding abrasions occurring on rims, synthetic wheels, hubcaps, or even other objects made of similar materials.
- Heat-resistant: Repairs, when fully cured, are resistant to road vibrations and temperatures up to 266o
- Time and money saver: No need to go to the service station and wait for hours to get the tires disassembled and treated. You don’t need to dismount the wheel.
- Long-lasting effect: Parts treated with the rim repair kit will stay in the new condition for a long time provided the instructions have been followed. Advised epoxy settling time is 1 hour.
- No professional help required: No need of extra tools or an expert to apply and treat the damaged rims now. This kit is wholesome and you can do it yourself easily with a bit of practice.
How to use the Alloy Wheel Repair Kit:
Follow the 6 easy steps below for flawless repairs:
- Clean the damaged alloy wheel with the alcohol prep pad.
- If the damaged area is small, use wet sandpaper to highlight the outlines. Then, apply alloy silver on it.
- If it’s large, use the repair adhesive. Squeeze out the required adhesive on a mat and mix it to a consistent grey mass with the included spatula (Mix within 2-3 mins).
- Overflow it over the damaged area and let it sit for 15 min.
- Accommodate the edges and repeat steps 3 and 4 if necessary.
- Clean the area and brush on a thin layer of lacquer. Let it dry for about 12 hours before using the car. Full cure takes at least 3 days.