i have some alloy wheels i use in the summer. they are painted i assume with a clearcoat. the hub section of the wheels have a lot of corosion where the clear coat has lifted and the surface underneath is crusty. i want to try and strip the bad section since it is fairly flat and try and repaint it close to the original grey color. i figure if i use liquid stripper and a small brush and take my time, it might work. anyone try this? no the rims are not worth having stripped professionally. the "spoke" sections are in good shape. hmm, 3yr old rims and crappy finish.