A wheel’s finish may become damaged for many reasons. Age alone can cause a wheel’s finish to become discolored or for your clear coat or chrome to chip off. More often, a wheel’s finish will become damaged from acid spray, oxidation or acid rain. The biggest culprit is your cars own brake dust eating into your wheel’s finish.
Curb Rash: rubbing against a curb or road debris can affect your wheel’s finish and even gouge the metal of the wheel. This is commonly called curb rash and the refinishing experts at Reliable Rim Repair will make your curb rash suffering rims look like new.