Introducing Diamond Cutting Services
Diamond Cut Alloy Wheels | Information to Consider
At The Wheel Guru, we pride ourselves on providing clear and concise information ahead of any service you wish to carry out. When it comes to diamond cutting, our technicians make it clear that, while the process creates stunning results, they come at the expense of less durability.
As the cutting process creates a polished finish, we can’t always apply a long-lasting lacquer. Quite simply, by the laws of physics, most lacquers don’t adhere to shiny surfaces. Any coating we can apply doesn’t have the same resilience as robust finishes like powder coating. This means diamond cut alloy wheels have a greater exposure to the effects of corrosion.
In addition, the continual removal of layers means we can only repair and refurbish your diamond cut wheels a certain number of times. Otherwise, we will remove too much alloy.
Despite being the least durable and most difficult to maintain, our diamond cutting process produces incredibly stylish, immaculate finishes.