Powder Coating Rims

One of our most popular services is powder coating for rims. The most frequently asked question we hear?

How much to powder coat my rims?

Powder coating is an advanced method of applying a decorative and protective coating to a wide range of materials and products that are used by both industries and consumers. The powder used for the process is a mixture of finely ground particles of pigment and resin, which is sprayed onto the surface to be coated. The powder particles adhere to the surfaces using a negative charge on the part and positively charging the powder, like static electricity, then heated and fused into a finished coating in a curing oven. The result is a uniform, durable, high-quality, and attractive coating. There are many types of finishes that can be applied, high gloss, low gloss, textured, metallic’s, candy’s or transparent’s, plastic or ruberized coatings, and special effects. We also offer Cerakote Firearm & high temp coatings.

Instead of buying custom rims, refinish them with powder coating! Powder coating is a process in which ground particles made of pigment and resin are electrically charged and sprayed onto a metal surface, such as your wheel rims. The electrostatic charge allows these particles to adhere to the metal surface. The rims are then “baked,” which allows these particles to blend together and cure. The end result is a durable, quality surface coat and finish that looks amazing.

12″ – 25″ rims run 65.00 – 105.00 each.

We sandblast the whole wheel, prime it and apply a color that is in stock.

If the customer wants a color that’s not in stock we charge for the powder.

Wheels must be without any weights, tires or sensors.

If the wheel has minor damage, we can do minor repairs and that would be an additional charge.

Top benefits of powder coating rims:

  • Durability:  Powder coating can last up to three times longer than traditional painting and your wheels see a lot of dirt and grime! Dirt and grime that can cause corrosion, corrosion & road debris that can cause chipping and flaking of other traditional paint.
  • Better for the environment: Powder coating contains no dangerous VOCs which is good for the environment & your health.
  • Plus, it saves you money: In the long run, powder coating saves you money, because it’s going to last longer.

Things to keep in mind when considering if powder coating is right for your project:

  1. Make sure your object is made of products that will survive the high temperatures of the bake oven. Pro Powder Coating specializes in coating metals. Steel, aluminum, cast iron, cast aluminum, zinc and stainless steel are the most common.
  2. If your part has any rubber or plastic pieces attached to it, you should see if you can remove them before dropping them off.

Ready to powder coat your rims? Contact Pro Powder Coating in Grand for professional powder coating services on any project! for wheel rims and other car parts.