ALLOY WHEEL POWDER COATING
IS POWDER COAT BETTER THAN WET COAT?
When it comes to alloy wheels, we believe powder coating is a better/stronger technique than spray painting for a number of reasons. Powder coating is an alternative to conventional wet paint and involves coating an item with dry powder that is later heated and cured in an oven to produce a hard, durable and attractive finish.
The main difference between a conventional spray painting and powder coating is that the powder coating process does not entail the use of a solvent to keep the binder and filler parts in a liquid suspension form. This means powder coating has benefits from both a cost and environmental point of view.
WHY POWDER COATING WHEELS IS BETTER THAN SPRAYING
The wear and tear of regular driving can often leave wheels looking tired and damaged. Kerb bumps and scratches, chips from grit and stones and the general degradation caused by different weather conditions can all have an impact on the condition of your wheels. Here at Kerbed Wheels, we offer a powder coating service for all alloy wheel refurbishments, to ensure the best quality is given to every alloy.
CAN I CHOOSE DIFFERENT COLOURS WITH POWDER COATING
Yes, powder-coated wheels can come in every color you could think of, from a gloss black to a chrome finish. If you are after a particular choice of color, feel free to send us a message!