No one wants their car’s wheels to look tarnished or damaged. One popular source of this tarnishing or scratching comes from your car getting too close to the curb. There are many different things you can do to try to prevent this scratching, including being extra careful around potholes and curbs, installing wheel rim protectors, and making sure to wash your rims regularly. However, no matter how careful you are, you may still find yourself needing a curb rash repair job to fix any scratches or damage to your wheels’ rims.
Curb rash repair focuses on addressing the cosmetic damage that comes with unexpected run-ins with the curb. While some people might not care too much about cosmetic damage, the damage to your rims and wheels can go much deeper than surface-level scratching if you don’t address the issue. Curb rash damage can lead to bigger problems that can affect your car’s suspension and tires and can even lead to structural damage, especially if there is repeated curb damage.
There are many different how-to instructions and videos available for doing your own curb rash repair on your car, but it’s best to leave this repair to the professionals. Some repair jobs require more attention and care than others, especially if you try to handle the scratching or scuff marks without any prior experience with curb rash repair. If you want to make sure your car wheels’ rims are looking new again after any scratching, scuffing, or light damage, reach out to us here at SGP Customs for our curb rash repair service.