Originally Posted by Alex@Helix
eh... i feel you on this one but after 8 months I dont know if theres anything that they should do. Stuff like that could be caused from real strong cleaners, etc. I am not saying thats what it is, but i feel like with any product, after about 1-2 months you cant do anything
Well then I guess they should change their warranty from 1 year to 1-2 months? First of all, it's just my word but, I've only used water/rag on the wheels. I would think the burden of proof is on them to deny warranty on something they sell.
I've essentially chalked this one up to doing business with a company that I won't ever purchase anything from again.