Clear Coat Removal From Wheels?

Answer Factory wheels and some aftermarket wheels come with a coat of clear coat paint. This is made to protect the wheels from small scuffs and scratches. It also adds a layer of glossy shine to the whee... Read More »

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How to Clear Coat Alloy Wheels?

Alloy wheels are a dull gray or silver color. Many vehicles come from the factory with wheels made of alloy because of the low cost and durability of the alloy metal. All alloy wheels are finished ... Read More »

How to Clear Coat Your Polished Wheels?

Many types of wheels can be polished to a high gloss shine, including chrome, aluminum, billet and alloy. These wheels can be polished, but unless they are also clear coated, the polished finish wo... Read More »

How to Remove Clear Coat From Aluminum Wheels?

Alloy wheels that have a painted surface usually have a clear coat over the paint to add gloss and protect the paint. But over time, the clear coat can start to yellow and chip. You'll need to stri... Read More »

How to Strip Clear Coat Aluminum Wheels?

The clear coat protecting aluminum wheels begins to peel with age. As the clear coat continues to degrade, the aluminum wheels will constantly look dirty and unkempt. Removing the worn clear coatin... Read More »