Car: 2016 Civic Sport Alab Silver
Join Date: 21st December 2018
Location: Bucks, UK
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It's not something I have done myself personally but I've had a look on the web and have found instances of people trying to repair them.
Most advice is wet and dry through the grades 400/600/1200/2000, then polish and spray some lacquer over the repair to seal it.
This would only be a temporary fix though and you may struggle to match it in with the rest of the wheel so I would say try this at your own risk.
After my Golf GTI wheels suffered badly from this I would think long and hard before getting a car with diamond cut wheels again. They are more and more common these days which is a shame.
Let us know how you get on of you decide to try, would be keen to see some before and after shots of the wheel.