If you are looking for a change of colour for your wheels, a powder coating, rather than a traditional paint and lacquer approach, is one of the options available to you in the marketplace. At Prestige Wheels we have a range of colours and finishes that we stock or we can source a colour for you. If we don’t have it, please call our head office for further information who will be able to advise on the best option.
If you already have alloys on your car but want to increase value, then it may be worth looking at alloy recolouring. With this service, a powder coating is sprayed on to the alloy like traditional paint which then settles on the surface dry. This is then heat-treated which forms a gel over the surface of the wheel that protects your alloy wheels against UV damage, light scratches, pollution and wash swirls. Not only does it add some personality to your car, but it ultimately could turn your popular make and model into a much more bespoke car which people may pay that little extra for if you sell privately. It’s also possible to achieve more specialist finishes with powder coating such as glitter finishes – check out our social media for more.
If you are looking for a change of colour for your wheels, we have a range of colours and finishes that we stock or we can source a colour for you. If we don’t have it, please call our head office for further information who will be able to advise on the best option.
If you already have a bespoke coloured alloy but have some damage that needs repairing we can refurb your bespoke wheels back to new. We generally ask for customers to send photos of the wheels in this case and our technicians will be able to see if they are easily refurbished by our mobile service or if they would be better treated at the main centre. In extreme cases we may not be able to colour match exactly and try our utmost to match as closely as possible if you wish to keep the original colour.
Another fantastic service that we offer is calliper painting. Calliper paint can not only transform the appearance of your car and draw the eye to your vehicle and highlight your rims; but did you know it can also help protect them too? As callipers age, they accumulate more brake dust and road dirt and can rust over time too. The painting process will remove the grime and ensure your brake parts are in top condition before applying a fresh coat of paint to protect them for longer.
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