Diamond and Alloy Wheel Repair and Refurbishment, Southampton, Dorset and Hampshire


Diamond Cut & Alloy Wheel Refurbishment and Repair from Snows Accident Repair Centre, Southampton.

Do you have a damaged alloy wheel that needs a repair? Let The Kerbasaurus get your alloy wheel and diamond cut wheels looking as good as new

Refurbishment Process

Our mobile technician will ensure that the damaged wheels are removed correctly, which will then be passed to our trained alloy wheel technicians, who will refurbish the damaged surfaces.

Whilst, the wheels are removed, 'gummies' will be placed on your vehicle to ensure its safe whilst the wheel is away at our refurbishment centre. Once the work has been completed, we will re-fit the newly refurbished wheels to your vehicle so that you can feel confident on the road again.

*Please note that our diamond cut wheels are re-faced using a state of the art laser precision machinery to re-create the original diamond cut shimmer.

We are based in Southampton and cover most areas across Hampshire - speak to us today to book an appointment

Diamond and Alloy Wheel Repair and Refurbishment, The Kerbasaurus

Speak to the Alloy Wheel Repair Experts

Snows alloy and diamond cut wheel specialists provide alloy wheel repairs, refurbishment for cracked, scratched, scuffed and damaged alloy wheels. Our expert team provide wheel rim repair, diamond cut wheel refurbishment and alloy spraying, so why not visit Snows Accident Repair Centre for all your wheel repairs.

Alloy and Diamond Cut Wheel Specialists

Why not watch our quick and simple video on how our Kerbasaurus wheel specialists can get your diamond cut alloy wheels back to pristine condition. As your local wheel specialists for the Southampton area, our expert team are on hand to answer any questions you may have about diamond cut alloy wheels and any wheel refurbishment and repairs.



Diamond Cut WheelsPolished Face WheelsPainted WheelsColour ChangeFour Wheel AlignmentAcid Dipping
£114 £114 £65 £80 £55 £40

All prices are per wheel and are subject to VAT. Finance options are available*

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Explore our frequently asked questions about alloy and diamond cut wheels in Southampton, Hampshire...

How do Snows Accident Repair Centre fix alloy wheel scuffs?


​Snows Accident Repair Centre, based in Southampton, would clean the wheels, sand down the scuffed area, fill in any deep scratches, prime and paint followed by applying a clear coat for a smooth finish. 

Where is Snows alloy wheel refurbishment and repairs located?


Snows alloy and diamond cut wheel refurbishment and repairs is located in Southampton. Our specialist team have a number of Kerbasaurus mobile vans that can come out to your home or place of work*.

*Terms and conditions apply. Call us for more details on 02380522522.

How much does it cost to fix alloy wheels?


The cost to fix alloy wheels are dependent on the severity of the damage and repair complexity. Why not use our simple online quoting system for a free and quick estimate.

How much does it cost to fix a scuffed alloy wheel?


The cost of the repair or refurbishment will vary depending on the damage and type of alloy wheel. Why not use our simple online quoting system for a free and quick estimate.

How do Snows Accident Repair Centre fix corroded alloy wheels?


To fix corroded alloy wheels, the process involves cleaning the wheel, removing the corrosion through sanding or blasting, applying primer and paint. This is then sealed with a clear coat. There may be an added cost for acid dipping, depending on how corroded the alloy wheels are. 

What is acid dipping and why would my alloy wheels need it?


Acid dipping is a process used to remove paint, rust, and other contaminants from metal surfaces by immersing the object in a bath of acid. This process is particularly effective for cleaning and preparing metal surfaces for further treatments, such as painting or powder coating.

For alloy wheels, acid dipping might be necessary for several reasons:

1. Paint Removal: If the alloy wheels have old, chipped, or damaged paint, acid dipping can strip off the paint thoroughly, providing a clean surface for new paint or coating.

2. Rust and Corrosion Removal: Alloy wheels can develop rust and corrosion over time, especially if they are frequently exposed to road salt or harsh weather conditions. Acid dipping removes rust and corrosion, restoring the wheel's surface.

3. Surface Preparation: To ensure proper adhesion of new paint or powder coating, the wheel's surface must be clean and free from contaminants. Acid dipping cleans the surface more effectively than mechanical methods alone.

4. Restoration: For wheels that have accumulated grime, brake dust, or other tough contaminants over time, acid dipping can restore them to a like-new condition.

It's important to note that acid dipping should be performed by professionals, as the process involves handling strong acids that can be hazardous if not managed correctly. Additionally, after acid dipping, the wheels must be neutralised, rinsed, and thoroughly dried to prevent any residual acid from causing damage.

How do Snows Accident Repair Centre fix damaged alloy wheels?


Damaged alloy wheels are usually fixed by cleaning, sanding filling any dents or scratches and then refinishing with paint and a clear coat. Our centre is located in Southampton, Hampshire.

Can I fix my diamond cut alloy?


Yes, diamond-cut alloys can be fixed, but they often require professional refurbishment involving re-machining the face of the wheel to restore the original finish.

Can scuff and scratch marks be fixed in alloy wheels?


​Yes, scuff and scratch marks can be fixed by cleaning, sanding, filling, priming, painting and clear coating the affected area. 

Can Snows Accident Repair Centre fix scraped alloy rims?


Yes, Snows Accident Repair Centre can fix scraped alloy rims using techniques similar to those for scuffed or scratched alloy wheels. 

What is alloy wheel refurbishment?


Alloy wheel refurbishment involves restoring a wheel to its original condition by repairing any damage, sanding, priming, painting and applying a protective clear coat.