The finishing touch for repainted German wheels and your wheels.
German cars produce more brake dust on average than cars produced elsewhere. This is because pads approved by the German TUV safety organization are mandated to contain graphite. The lead in pencils is made of graphite; it smudges easily and makes the paper dusty if you press too hard. This should give you an idea of how brake dust forms on your wheels. This dust can gradually dull the finish of your wheels. However, it does give German cars excellent stopping power.
Since German wheels are so prone to brake dust, Wurth created a two part system of refinishing alloy wheels that have become dull and scratched over time. Step one is Wurth Silver Lacquer Spray Paint. Step two is Wurth High Gloss Clear Lacquer to replace the metallic shine of your alloy wheels.
Wurth High Gloss Clear Lacquer is formulated to match the original factory luster of your wheels. It is a permanent lacquer, not a dressing. After you have repainted your wheels and allowed them to completely dry, spray Wurth High Gloss Clear Lacquer in light, sweeping strokes over the entire wheel face. Apply two or three coats for the best protection of your silver paint and the most attractive shine.
Though Wurth High Gloss Clear Lacquer was created for German alloy wheels, it can be used on any alloy wheels. Just be sure to clean the wheel thoroughly before painting or lacquering it.
After repainting your damaged wheels with Wurth Silver lacquer Spray Paint, apply Wurth High Gloss Clear Lacquer to restore the original, high impact shine to your alloy wheels.
To keep your wheels clean and prevent brake dust damage, install a set of Kleen Wheels Dust Shields. They sit in your wheel like a hubcap and prevent brake dust from flowing out onto your exterior wheel.
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