Once you have determined which process of alloy wheels cast wheels you need, your next decision is the type of finish you would require. Alloy wheels come in a variety of finishes depending upon the taste and desired effect you are seeking. The following information describes the different alloy wheel finishes offered by Kulcha Wheels:
Painted Alloy Wheels (Silver or Black) – in a similar process to painting a car, painted finish alloy wheels offer customers a smooth surface and color coordination.
Powder Coated Alloy Wheels (Silver or Black) – this process involved spraying the wheel with a dry powder and then baking the coated alloy wheels until the powder melts into a finish similar to paint but far more durable and wearable.
Hyper Silver or Hyper Black Alloy Wheels – is a hi-gloss reflective finish that is applied onto the alloy wheels in the same manner as the standard painted finish.
Polished Alloy Wheels – this finish involves machining and polishing the raw alloy wheels to a brilliant shine. Then the highly polished alloy wheels are cleared coated and sealed in order to protect the shine.
Mirror Alloy Wheels – is a continuation or elevation of the polished finish by bringing the shine of the raw alloy wheels from polished to a mirror-like appearance. As with the polished alloy wheels, the mirror finish alloy wheels are clear coated in order to protect the beauty and shine.
Gunmetal Alloy Wheels – is a metallic grey paint finish. Most Gunmetal finish alloy wheels can be either painted or powder coated and most are topped off with a clear coat finish for durability.
Chrome Alloy Wheels – true chrome-plating is a process whereby the alloy wheels are electro-plated with the metallic reflective materials adhere to the alloy wheels permanently. Once the chrome-plating is complete, the alloy wheels are buffed to bring out the sheen of the chrome and then clear coated to protect the finish.