Wheel, Caliper & Headlight Services
Curb Damage Wheel Repair
Same Day Repair
$95.00 - $150.00
Aluminum alloy wheels have become the standard on almost all vehicles. The repair of "curbed rash” wheels are necessary to keep your car looking showroom new. Whether your wheel is painted and/or has a clear-coat finish, it's far less costly to repair them then buying new or used replacement wheels…
• The process to repair a curbed rash wheel involves removing all dirt, paint and protective finishes.
• The damaged area are sanded, patched with filler, and sanded/buffed to a smooth finish.
• The repaired area is then primed, painted to match the original finish and topped with a clear-coat finish.
Caliper Brake Paint
Caliper Color Paint is something new that is happening. It gives you that look your vehicle was missing and makes it pop! We can do these in Black / Silver / Red / Yellow / Blue
Our Unique Five Step
Step 1 (Wash and Prep.)
Headlights are first inspected, and analyzed. Depending on the level of oxidation, pitting & scratches, the headlight lenses are then degreased to remove any debris.
Step 2 (Sanding)
Multi-step micro resurfacing process is applied. An orbiter sander is used to resurface the entire area of the headlight lens. This will take out all the oxidation, pitting & scratches.
Step 3 (Buffing)
Using several layers of compound with a rotary buffer, the headlight lens’ remaining swirls or scratches left over from sanding will disappear to give you an ultra clear surface.
Step 4 (Prime)
An Iso-purification treatment will be applied to the ultra clean surface for the UV application. This treatment will also act as a primer to promote a hard coat and proper adhesion.
Step 5 (Protect)
Several layers of commercial-grade clear coat polymer will be applied then UV-cured to give the headlight lens a complete brand new harden ultra clean finish. Our restoration service is backed with Life-time warranty.
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Powder coating works by applying dry color powder to a metal surface, before 'baking' the color onto the surface using heat to form a hard finish. The color powder is applied electrostatically using a power gun. This means that it is sprayed on using compressed air, passing over an electrode in the gun.
• The process to POWDER COAT requires the wheels to be completely stripped down to the bare metal.
• Any part that is damaged will then be sanded down to a smooth finish.
• POWDER COAT is then applied to the wheels with the color you have chosen.
• Wheels are then baked in a oven to have them cure and ready to go back on the vehicle.