When you take the Alloy Wheels Course you will learn some of the most cutting edge technology. Your courses will include curb rash, small nicks and dings, scuffs and scrapes, corrosion and color fade, gouges, custom colors, blending, clear coating, and personal safety. Your kit comes with all of the tools necessary to get you up and started the very same or next day when leaving your two days of training.
One of the most exciting options in this package is the possibility of using custom colors instead of the standard silver. If you are working with a customer who is creative and paints amazing work on his custom cars, this could be a good time to offer up the fact that you can add those same custom colors to their wheels. For instance, if they have a custom car with flames over a black base, you could paint the wheels black on one half of the spoke and red or orange on the other half of the same spoke. Maybe it’s just me but I am having all kinds of ideas go through my mind.
You are limited only by the customers wishes and your imagination. We know that the black Alloy Wheels have gone over pretty well and look quite amazing on certain car and wheel styles. Could you imagine a very deep burgundy with a very deep black on a Porsche? Let your imagination run wild.
The Alloy Wheel classes provide hands-on instruction, you will receive a comprehensive step-by-step Reference Manual, and a full stock of supplies. If you don’t have the catalog yet you really need to get it go online or call“Paintless Dent Repair”. There is a huge picture of everything that comes in your kit, including your air gun. My next post will be on the clear coating you will be using and how to instruct your customer’s on what to do to maintain the beauty and luster that you worked so hard to add.