Alloy Wheel Painting / Alloy Powder Coating

Are you looking to add an extra touch of elegance and personality to your vehicle? Our specialised wheel painting services help you stylise your ride with precision and flair. Perfect for those seeking to enhance their vehicle’s aesthetic appeal and value, our service caters to a variety of needs, from a simple colour change to a full complement to your vehicle’s wrap.

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Customise your wheels to reflect your unique style and complement your vehicle’s appearance, whatever colour you want to change them to we can, all while providing a durable finish. 


Revitalise worn or damaged wheels, enhancing their look and longevity.

Value Addition

Boost your vehicle’s appeal and potential resale value through aesthetic enhancement.

Quality Finish

Our durable, high-quality finishes ensure longevity and resilience against environmental elements.


The painting adds a protective layer, guarding against rust and corrosion.


Wide range of colours and finishes available, suitable for all types of vehicles.


Wheel painting is more than just an aesthetic upgrade; it’s a crucial enhancement that adds style and value to your vehicle. Our painting service is ideal for personalisation and protection; our painting service ensures your wheels stand out while safeguarding them against environmental wear and tear.

The applications of our wheel painting service are diverse, catering to personal cars, corporate fleets, motorsport vehicles, classic car restorations, and exhibition vehicles. This service is perfect for anyone looking to add a unique touch or restore the original beauty of their wheels.


Our wheel painting process transforms your car’s wheels into a striking feature. We use high-quality paints to respray your wheels in any custom colour or shade you desire, ideal for adding a personal touch to your vehicle.

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Tyre Removal:

We start by carefully removing the tyres from the wheels.

Surface Preparation:

Ensuring the wheel surface is immaculately prepared for painting.

Primer Application:

Laying the foundation for the paint.

Colour Application:

Adding your chosen custom colour.

Clear Coat Application:

Finalising with a protective, glossy sealant.

Quality Inspection:

Ensuring a flawless finish.


Unmatched Quality Commitment

We prioritise exceptional quality in every project, ensuring your wheels look impeccable.

Customer Satisfaction Focus

Our service is tailored to meet and exceed your expectations, providing a personalised experience.

Guaranteed Workmanship

We back our wheel painting with a solid guarantee, ensuring reliability and trust in our services.

Expertise and Experience

Our team comprises skilled professionals with extensive knowledge and experience in wheel painting.

State of the Art Techniques

We use the latest painting technologies and techniques for a flawless finish.

Wide Range of Options

Offering diverse colours and finishes to suit any vehicle style or preference.

Timely and Efficient Service

We respect your time, ensuring efficient completion of projects without compromising on quality.

Attention to Detail

Each wheel receives meticulous attention, guaranteeing a superior final product.

Aftercare Support

We provide comprehensive aftercare advice to maintain the longevity and beauty of your painted wheels.

OEM & Aftermarket Wheels

We are able to offer affordable wheel painting for both OEM wheels and any aftermarket ones that you’ve bought and installed later.


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Deep scratches on alloy wheels can be quite difficult to repair. Depending on the severity of the damage, they may require professional attention or even a complete wheel replacement. If the scratch is not too deep, then it is possible to attempt to repair it at home with paint or powder coating.

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Curb rash is a common problem that can affect alloy wheels. It refers to scrapes, scratches or gouges in the wheel’s surface caused by contact with curbs, potholes or other road hazards. Depending on the severity of the damage, curb rash can range from minor scuffs to deep gashes that could lead to structural damage if left untreated.

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If not resolved quickly, brake dust can damage your lloy wheel and call discolouration . Brake dust is a fine black powder that accumulates on the surface of alloy wheels and can cause corrosion if it isn’t cleaned off regularly and if you’re not careful, you’ll need to get your wheels remanufactured.

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Alloy wheels are vulnerable to fading due to exposure to UV rays, brake dust and other environmental factors. If your wheel’s paint is beginning to fade, then you may want to consider repainting them for a fresh, new look.


The cost varies depending on the vehicle type and chosen colour, how many layers and the finish you are looking to achieve. 

Contact us for a precise quote based on your specific requirements. Our team is also ready to assist you in choosing the best colour for your vehicle.

Paint Your Wheels Any Colour you Can Think

We offer a diverse palette of colours and finishes, allowing you to choose the perfect shade for your vehicle. Our 2-pack paint system ensures a seamless colour match to any sample or colour wheel you provide.

Our popular finishes include gloss black, matte black, gloss silver, matte silver, and shadow chrome. We ensure a flawless and enduring finish by removing the tyres from the wheels before painting and rebalancing them before they are returned to you.

Alloy Wheel Repair

If you’re not looking to change the colour of your wheels, but instead you’re just looking to have your alloy wheels repaired, we are also alloy wheel repair specialists. 


No, wheel painting does not impact the performance of your vehicle. It is purely a cosmetic enhancement and is applied to maintain the wheel’s integrity and balance.

With proper care, our wheel paint can last several years. The longevity depends on driving conditions, maintenance, and exposure to environmental factors.

Wheel painting is generally not covered by standard car insurance policies. However, checking with your insurer is advisable, as policies can vary.

Yes, but waiting at least a week before washing is recommended to allow the paint to cure fully. After that, you can wash your car using gentle, non-abrasive cleaners.

While we offer a wide range of colour options, certain restrictions may apply due to legal and safety regulations. For instance, reflective or fluorescent paints may not be permissible on-road vehicles.


Contact us to discuss your needs and schedule an appointment. Our team is dedicated to helping you achieve the perfect look for your vehicle.