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Wurth Silver Wheel Spray Paint

Refinish German alloy wheels with Wurth.

People who are lucky enough to own German-built cars love them. The only complaint about them is the remarkable amount of dust produced by the brake pads. These pads contain graphite, which flakes when exposed to friction, more so than other brake pads. Persistent brake dust can create minute scratches on the wheel surface which dulls the finish over time. Wurth Silver Wheel Spray Paint allows you to touch up or refinish the wheels with a perfectly matched shade of silver. No one will know but you!

Wurth Silver Wheel Paint is formulated to perfectly match the shade of silver used by German auto manufacturers. Althought it's made in the US, this touch-up paint is sold throughout Europe to manage the damage caused by the excessive brake dust produced by German cars. Now this product has found its way to the U.S. to touch up German imports. If you have a German vehicle, Wurth Silver Wheel Paint should be in your garage. It’s perfect for small scrapes or all-over repainting.

Wurth comes in a fine aerosol formula that coats evenly without globs or spatter.
To apply to the whole wheel, it may be helpful to remove the wheel from your vehicle. Or just tape off the surrounding tire. After all, this is paint. Thoroughly clean and degrease the wheel with Wurth Clean-Solve, or another quality degreaser. Dry the wheel completely. Spray lightly across the wheel back and forth, until it is covered. Do not apply a heavy coat and do not hold the can still. After 30 minutes, apply another light coat. Follow with Wurth High Gloss Lacquer Spray.

For spot touch-ups, clean and degrease the wheel. Lightly sand the scuff and wipe away any dust. Spray the scuff with several light coats, allowing 30 minutes of drying between coats. Pass the can over the scuff; do not spray the scuff directly. If you apply too much at once, the paint will run. Follow with Wurth High Gloss Lacquer Spray over the whole wheel for uniform shine.

Refinish German wheels with Wurth Silver Wheel Spray Paint, formulated specifically for German alloy wheels.

To protect your wheels from the ravages of brake dust, apply a coat of DP Wheel Glaze. It seals and protects your wheels much like wax protects your paint.

Made in USA

12 oz
Federal regulations prohibit the shipment of aerosol products by air.
This item is shipped by UPS Ground only.

Wurth Silver Wheel Spray Paint

Our Price: $21.99
Item ID: W-0893339108
Availability: Usually ships the same business day
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60% Recommend this product (9 of 15 responses)
Tampa, FL
Spot-on match to my BMW wheels
I purchased a can of Wurth Silver Wheel Paint to repaint one 19” wheel of my wife’s 2011 X5 that needed touching up. The color was a perfect match to the OEM color and texture. I will use the remainder of the can to correct other blemishes on the remaining 3 wheels without worrying about miss-matching the existing wheel color. I applied a coat of clear over the Silver as a final touch.
ProsEase of use Color match Application Final results
ConsPrice is higher than competitors
Apex, No
Not the look I was going for
The first two cans that I received must have been old stock and didn't spray well - blobs and drips.
Autogeek was nice enough to send me two replacement cans. These applied much better, but the final finish was not what I was looking for. The finish is rough - even after applying clear coat. The color is also darker than my original silver color.
I would like to find something similar to the old Einzett 1Z Silber Spray
Orange Beach, AL
REALLY disappointed
I've used Wurth for over 30 years to put a factory finish on wheels for my MB, BMW, and Porsche cars, but it's been 10 years since the last time. Used the paint on the current set of wheels and things were lousy; so lousy that I stopped using Wurth, and finished the jobs with spray silver from WalMart and Advanced auto. What's changed?

The TIP seems to be too restrictive, so not a lot of paint flows out and it isn't a fine, wide mist. There were instances (over 4) where the paint even spit out of the can, making small puddles in the finish that had to be wiped. Yes, I shake the cans at least a minute, and it was in the 80s for temperature.

Inconsistent tip may have been the cause of mottling in the finish, both a surface sand appearance as well as clouding. Note that the wheels turned out perfectly when using regular old Rust Oleam or similar. $3.96 for WM paint vs $21.99 for Wurth...what a disappointment.

For those that are wondering, I apply 3 or 4 very light coats instead of one thick coat.
ProsA (what used to be) good brand name
ConsSpitting tip Inconsistent coverage Poor results
Cincinnati, OH
Excellent match for 2003 Mini Cooper
Went on very well and is a great match for my Mini Cooper wheels, especially after I applied the Wurth clear coat lacquer.
Maryland
Horrible results
This is the second time in a few years that I purchased a cab to Wurth silver to refinish a Porsche wheel (followed by SprayMax 2k clear). The first time I used it I had random splotches/blobs that came out of the nozzle while spraying. Thankfully the fantastic SprayMax clear made it look ok.
Today I used a new can of Wurth to finish a wheel that I had spent considerable time prepping. It was an utter disaster. Random blobs of paint, uneven flake, etc. I'll need to start over and will never buy this garbage again.
Over many years of spraying countless projects with Duplicolor paints, Paintscratch paints, etc., I've never had a paint spray in such a poor fashion.
ProsNone whatsoever.
ConsAlready wrote everything I care to write.