Powder coating is designed specifically for adding color to metal and wheels. The innate properties of powder coating and the fact that it is baked directly into the metal ensures that it produces a coating that is naturally thicker and more durable than liquid paint jobs. It’s stronger than paint, more durable—OEM like finish—and there are hundreds of colors to choose from. We repair any standard curb rash in the process.
Powder Coating Wheels FAQ:
How does powder coating work?
A process called electrostatic spray deposition (ESD) is typically used to achieve the application of the powder coating to a metal substrate. This application method uses a spray gun, which applies an electrostatic charge to the powder particles, which are then attracted to the grounded part.
How durable is powder coating on wheels?
Powder coating doesn't prevent rust, but it is more resistant to the elements and everyday wear and tear than paint because it's applied thicker, which also gives it a cleaner finished look. But the looming question remains, can you get those wheels in matte black? Yep. We do custom powder coating colors.
How much does wheel powder coating cost?
The price for powder coating a set of wheels varies relative to the experience of the company and their technicians. SS Customs uses expert, third-party companies with proven results.