WHEELS SPRAY

DO IT YOURSELF OR HAVE IT DONE?

Your paint the rims? Good idea! They say that shoes make the man, so it is logical that a nice set of rims makes the car. To make them a bit tougher, you can paint the rims in a different colour, for example black for a tougher look. Is Spray rims something you can do yourself? Yes, it could be. But we still recommend to have it done. Painting your wheels properly requires real knowledge and experience. You can't just paint rims on the street. And a bridge is a must, because to put your car on blocks in the street is something else :-). To be able to paint the rims properly, the tyres also need to be pressed down a bit to get a perfect finish. 

Save yourself a lot of aggravation and let professionals do it! After all, you don't want your sacred cow to have dust and drips on its rims, do you?

PAINT OR WRAP YOUR RIMS?

There are 2 possibilities to give your rims a different colour, this can be by fully spraying the rims or by partially wrapping them. We can spray rims in every colour, this can be matte, satin or high gloss. We can also repair the kerb damage. To prevent kerb damage to the rims, you can also think of our special rim flange protection by Alloygator.

We can also wrap rims, but then often only the ends. Many models have rims in two colours, black or grey with polished silver on the front. And we can then wrap the ends. Often high gloss black or silk gloss black is chosen, but carbon is also a possibility. Or do you want to go completely crazy? Then you can also choose a striking colour. 

WHAT ARE THE COSTS OF PAINTING OR WRAPPING THE RIMS?

Spray a set of rims in matt or satin finish 550,-.
Spray set rims high-gloss 595,-
Wrapping a set of rims between 400,- and 500,- |depending on the number of spokes

Rim repair (kerb damage) costs between €12.50 and €50.00 per rim, depending on the amount of damage. We only repair kerb damage in combination with the (re)painting of the rims. For the straightening or turning of the rims, we recommend going to a rim specialist.

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