Is Powder Coating Better than Painting your wheels?
In the vast majority of cases, powder coating is seen as a superior alternative to painting a vehicle’s wheels. This typically comes down to a matter of durability.
Since powder coated finishes are applied electrostatically, a lasting bond is created between cured coatings and any metal base stock beneath. This is in stark contrast to paint, which serves simply as a surface treatment.
As a result, powder coated finishes seldom chip, and last exponentially longer than painted finishes. This is important, considering the rigors of life on the road.
Powder coatings also tend to apply evenly, in a rather textbook fashion. One seldom runs into issues with inconsistencies, such as thin spots or apparent blemishes. Unfortunately, the same cannot be said for most painted finishes.
Our Pricing Includes:
Car is lifted & prepped for wheel dismount.
Dismount Wheels from Tires & Pulling Valve Stems / TPMS (Tire Pressure Monitoring Systems)
Clean, Stripping, and Sandblasting. Then Powder Coat your custom color.
Balance & Remount wheels.
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