So I have 3 week old SRT Reps 20x9 in gloss black that I am in love with. I'm normally pretty careful but today I got a bit inpatient with some idiot who opted to pull over and stop to talk with a someone on the side of the road half way in the turn off into the shopping center. Went around them and cut it too close *BOOM* hit the driver side rim right into the curb. Got a 3-4 inch curb damage to my new shoes; mostly just on the outer lip of the rim.
I've never had gloss black rims before, only chrome/stock/silver etc. In the past I know those colors can be buffed out and repaired fairly easily and look pretty good. How about gloss black? Can these be repaired and the color duplicated by a shop? Or do I need to get the whole thing painted? Plasti-Dip? Gloss black touch up paint?! Or just buy a new one for $200 something bucks?
For now I just covered it in this chipstick (pictured below) and it's tolerable. Not sure how long it will last, and just knowing it is there will drive me nuts - so it needs to get repaired sooner or later by a shop or I can buff it out myself and touch it up, if that is an easy process.
Any tips or advice is appreciated - Thanks in advance.