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How to sand, prime, and repaint wheel scuffs and curb damage with the WheelWizard do-it-yourself kit.
In this video I will show you how to repair common wheel damage like this, so that it look's like this using the WheelWizard wheel repair system.
Clean the repair area with glass cleaner and a clean towel.
Apply masking tape up against the wheel lip.
Sand out the damage with the yellow, coarse sandpaper. Be sure to keep sanding until there is no jagged edges or cuts in the surface of your wheel.
Take your scuff pad and scuff all wheel surfaces, six inches in every direction from the repair area.
Mask off the surrounding area with butcher paper or newspaper to protect your tire and other parts of your car from paint overspray.
Shake your can of primer for 60 seconds. Test your spray patter on your masking paper and apply 3-4 really light coats. Try not to get any primer in areas that you did not sand.
Nonetheless I managed to get a little primer too far beyond the repair here. I'll just use my scuff pad to sand it out.
Take a small square of your black, fine-grit sandpaper and using really light pressure sand down any bumpy spots in your primer.
Be sure to wipe away any dust that settles in the spokes of the wheel.
Shake up your silver paint bottle for about 20 seconds, insert the aerosol sprayer, and test your spray pattern against your masking paper.
Put a couple light coats on your wheel to see if pure silver is going to be a color match. If you do not see a match, you can always add a little black, give it a shake, and try again. I should note that 9 out of 10 can be painted with pure silver, no need for tinting.
Now that I've got a good color match, I'll just look at the wheel from a few more angles and make sure to mist on a little bit of silver to blend in the repair.
Remove the air sprayer from the bottle, wipe the straw clean, and clear the nozzle so that we can use it later on other wheels.
If you get a little bit of paint in places you didn't want to, like maybe you didn't mask off the tires or lugnuts, you can wipe those areas clean at this time with a little bit of paint thinner or nail polish remover works fine, too.
Shake your clearcoat can for about 60 seconds, and apply two light coats over all the areas that you laid down silver paint.
About 10 minutes later your clearcoat should be cured up, and you remove the paper and enjoy the sight of a freshly restored wheel.
I should note that his wheel was actually a medium silver, but I still used pure bright silver to repair it, because I sprayed about six inches beyond the scratch and feathered in the paint, the repair is imperceptible.
So. in about half an hour we've gone from curb damages like this and achieved this result with the wheel wizard repair system.