We’ll prepare your wheels for the powder coating process by immersing them in an acid bath to strip them of all original paint and lacquer before dealing with any damage to the rim edges or face.
NEXT. The wheels will be cleaned in our pressure-fed blast cabinet ensuring a clean and fully degreased surface. To remove any air or contaminants from the alloy, the wheels will be gently heated to 200°C for twenty minutes. They are then ready to be powder coat primed and part cured before being wet painted in the relevant colour – selected from a vast choice of pre matched paints – and cured between coats.
FINALLY. A lacquer coat will be applied, enhancing the finish, but also protecting the alloy wheel from environmental effects including sunlight, salt, moisture and dirt. Once cured, tyres are refitted and wheels are balanced.