Yeah the Brembo wheels are nice, and worth painting. I have the stock cheepo 18 wheels, and I couldn't see dropping the money to powdercoat them.+1
I did mine including the lugs, if I had the money i would have gotten them paited. I'll post a pic when i get out of work.
how long ago? I know it shouldn't but it seemed like mine took almost a week to look normal. I thought they looked really bad the first few days and was actually gonna peal it off. They got much better after a week.I plastidipped my wheels, I like them oem or black, both ways look good. I'm not sure how long they will last, finish does not look like they will last a long time that way. I did 5-6 coats.
It seems like it's durable stuff.. and you can fix it if it chips without starting over so I don't think you'll have trouble maintaining them.I plastidipped my wheels, I like them oem or black, both ways look good. I'm not sure how long they will last, finish does not look like they will last a long time that way. I did 5-6 coats.
A microfiber cloth and a quick rub takes it off so quickly. 5 mins a rim max. Then there will be little rolled balls of plastidip on the rim which will easily come off with quick trip to the car wash or a stiff spray from a garden Hose.I will like to follow up on my experience with plasti dip. After one month, one of my wheels began to peel off on a spot, and after coming to a decision that the Brembo package wheels look much better in their stock graphite finish, I tried to peel them off like on the videos, and it wasn't that easy only the wheel's rim where easy to peel, on the rest of the wheel I had to use Goof off (liquid) & Turtle wax "label and sticker remover" spray, was an all day work, and still the wheels looks dirty, I will finish them on another day.
Is it worth it?. I will say NO, but at least is an option to let you know if you want something more permanent like a powder coat paint job.