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Someone please recommend a reburb place

Discussion in 'Detailing' started by mathu, Sep 6, 2011.

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    [Sep 6, 2011]
    hi guy, can anyone recommend any place who will be able to repair alloy curbing, i just bought new alloys a month ago and lent my car out to a friend, he goes and curbs my alloy. not happy.

    they are two tone with polished face, does anyone know where to get them repaired?

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    Some mate he is ! :-/
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    I got mine repaired at my local Audi dealer cost me £75 and they did a cracking job
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    Mathu,

    From looking at your location I think this will help. I have used Wheel Works in Crawley a couple of times. Amazing results. They have a full factory set up with various machines and stations for different parts of the stripping down and re-painting process. They come back as good as new and most local main dealers use them.

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    Lepsons in Gillingham Kent are supposed to be pretty good, not had to use them myself though.
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    [Sep 7, 2011]
    Thanks for your reply I took a closer look at the damage and it didn't look too bad so I decided to get them repaired after the winter months as I know the polished face will get damaged during the bad conditions
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