Aesthetic Creations

Rims Powder Coating Service FAQs

  • For a full vehicle service, where we have the ability to take a full vehicle, coat the wheels and return it.  We will remove the Wheel/tire from the vehicle, dismount the tire, remove the TPMS; We then will strip the wheel to bare metal, and the apply the powder from their.  We then will Remount the tire and rebuild the TPMS, balance the wheel/tire and finally mount back to the vehicle torqued to spec, returning you a fully operational vehicle.  Prices start at $600 for wheels smaller than 20”
  • $650, for wheels 22”-23”
  • $700+ for wheels 24”+

Yes, in most cases we can file damage smooth for free. But for severe damage/cracks we generally will work with metal fabricators to ensuring the best results

Generally, Aesthetic Creations will not take on these projects until the Chrome is removed via Media Blasting

Generally, Aesthetic Creations will not take on these projects until the Chrome is removed via Media Blasting

Sadly yes, this is possible, especially in cases where projects are hit with metal or high velocity impacts, powder can chip. For Off Road trail use or high risk projects we recommended using Epoxy Primers and clear coats for the best possible durability

No, We can remove the tire for you, coat your wheel and then return the tire to the wheel and balancing the wheel/tire, giving you a road ready wheel/tire

Yes, but the wheels much be loose without tires and with barrings removed

Prices start around $150 each for single stage powder coating; this includes taping/covering all the machined finished points to  maintain safe mounting to the wheel

Yes, for a single stage coating, prices start between $50-$75 per wheel

Yes, but it’s a small one, we use as needed. But we primary use chemical stripping to remove previous finishes.

Yes, for a single stage coating, prices start at $200

Usually no, unfortunately objects that are powder coated need to be able to handle 400 degrees Fahrenheit to fully cute the powder coat. Pieces that are solid metal can be done, but plastics cannot be powder coated.

No, unfortunately objects that are powder coated need to be able to handle 400 degrees Fahrenheit to fully cure the powder coat. Pieces that are solid metal can be done, but vehicle panels are not solid metal and cannot be safely powder coated.

Yes we can. However, these projects are usually labor intensive and take more time to complete.

Technically yes, but for safety and durability issues, we do NOT recommended doing this. They eventually will chip during install or dismount, and can change both the size and shape of the lug nut which could ultimately create a higher risk of improper torque or mounting failures.

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