Powder coated paint.thanks smark. i too am going to ceramic pads very soon. i HATE brake dust too plus that stuff is bad for any finish on the rims and if left long enough it etches it.
does anyone know if these wheels have silver paint or it's just raw metal.
when i get my new tires i have to buy 2 more rear rims and then i will paint them white to match the car and clear coat them. i've done this to my other cars and motorcycles over the years.
Oh smark you're my hero. I squat down to where my butt is sitting on my ankles (try doing that in heels!) to do my 453 wheels (can't sit on the ground as that'll dirty my dresses). I'm going to pick one of these babies up instead!T Robinson. Walmart, Target. Any auto supply store. Carry all kinds of thin wheel cleaning brushes. Make sure, it has soft bristles. They bend around corner too. The front wheels are always the dirties. Brake dust. I finally got rid of the OEM, and the replacement EBC green brake pads. Went to ceramic pads. Less brake dust. I had a smart car jack and tool set too. I would sometimes, remove the front wheels. Wash the inside of them, with my home pressure washer. They were so dirty. I hate brake dust. If you don't mind get wet. You crawl under the back. Clean the inside rims. You don't need to do that ever time. There are plenty of options out there to choose from.
You can get into lug nut bolt holes too. Look for a brush, that has micro fibers. Not the kind, your mom use to clean,Oh smark you're my hero. I squat down to where my butt is sitting on my ankles (try doing that in heels!) to do my 453 wheels (can't sit on the ground as that'll dirty my dresses). I'm going to pick one of these babies up instead!