POWDER COATING is the most durable way to refinish and change the colour of wheels.
If your wheels have chips, curb rash, corrosion, or flaking paint – powder coating allows you to start fresh. We’ll strip that old paint, fix imperfections, and get a FRESH NEW LOOK that will make your car look significantly more presentable.
bENEFITS OF POWDER COATING
WHY CHOOSE DRX?
NO CORNERS CUT
In order to produce a durable powder coating job, extremely thorough prep cannot be compromised. We have a multi-stage chemical and abrasive process to maximize adhesion and ensure long lasting results.
ONE STOP, ALL IN-HOUSE
We realize that our clients value convenience, so we’ve set everything up so that the entire process is completed in-house from start to finish: the tire & TPMS removal, chemical stripping, sandblasting, powder coating, re-mounting and balancing tires, and reinstalling wheels on the car. So yes, you can drop off your full vehicle and pick up a completed project, without needing to take it to multiple shops.
Our coaters have traveled abroad to obtain specialized training and a certification. They can perfectly dial in the correct distance, thickness, and techniques to offer our clients a consistent, high quality finish.
Powder coating is a type of coating that is applied as a free-flowing, dry powder. Unlike conventional liquid paint, it requires no solvent to keep the binder and filler parts in liquid suspension. This makes it environmentally friendly. It's often used for coating metals and creates a hard finish that is tougher than conventional paint.
We specialize in powder coating wheels but we can also handle smaller car parts like brake calipers, strut bars, and engine components. The condition is that they should be made of a material that can withstand the powder coating process, typically metal.
The exact duration of the process can vary depending on the size and complexity of the project, but it typically takes a few days.
Yes, powder coating is not only safe but beneficial. It provides a protective layer that can resist rust, damage, and general wear and tear, enhancing the lifespan of the coated parts.
Powder coating doesn't directly affect vehicle performance. However, it does add an aesthetic appeal and can extend the lifespan of coated parts, like wheels and brakes, by offering protection against harsh conditions and wear.
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