MagMaster specialises in professionally repairing and refurbishing alloy wheels of all shapes and sizes. We’ve been in the business since 2004, and have built a reputation in Cape Town and surrounds for excellent service, good quality products, and knowledgeable, friendly professionals.
We are located in Montague Gardens, at Unit 9 in Twickenham Park, and are proud to provide personalised, professional service to each one of our customers.
Take Advantage of a Range of Services
Have you hit a curb, or run in to a pothole? Have your rims been bent out of shape? Have you been to a mechanic who soberly informed you that your alloy wheels could not be straightened and you’d have to fork out big money on brand-new mags? Unfortunately, this happens far too often, but the good news is it’s just not true! Our specialty workshop and refinishing company has been straightening mags for decades now, and are happy to help you with yours. Bring your vehicle in and we’ll mold them back to their original shape, since welding is one of our many specialties.
Are you sick and tired of rims that have been the exact same colour for ages? We totally understand how much fun it is to reveal our personal identities and interests through the cars we drive, and will help you personalise yours until it becomes a true extension of who you are. We can powder coat or paint your wheels to match a design you pick out, transform them with a colour you love, or show your support for your favourite sports team. The sky is the limit when it comes to customising rims at Mag Master! Choose a style you like, and we’ll help you make your ride unique.
Your alloy wheels will add a distinctive, individual look to your vehicle, and once we’ve done our job, you’ll need to do a little work yourself.
It’s actually really easy to maintain them and make sure you enjoy a brilliant finish for the length of the product’s life, and these hints are just one more way we help you save money without compromising on quality.
Clean your rims regularly, using a soft cloth or non-abrasive brush, with a mild degreaser or simple soap and water.
When you’re done, don’t forget to dry your wheels with a towel that clean, soft, and non-abrasive, and a little polishing will go a long way, which is why we should be kept on your speed-dial.