How Long does it take to get a set of tires done?

Generally it can take upto 3 to 4 hours.

Does this Hurt the tire?

No, such a small amount of rubber is buffed off ( less than 1/32 of an inch) it does not jeopardize the integrity of the tire.

Can this be done on New Tires?

YES. but New tires hold oils which have not been completely volitized during the manufacturing process. It is however recommended that you have approx 2000 miles of travel on the tires first when applying white coating only. 

Does the tires have to be on or off the car?

The tires need to be on  a wheel. Could be done on or off the car.

How Much does it Cost?

it all depends on what you want done you can refer to the price sheet under

contact) tab on the top the this page.

Do all whitewalls have more whitewall underneath and how much white is there?

Yes, all whitewalls and raised white letter tires have more white underneath at least 1/4

above and below the existing whitewalls or white letter tire.

Are you Mobile?

Yes, you can come to us or we can come to you for a addition fee of $20 dollars. 

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What is Tire Customizing?

It's the process which changes the look of the tires by adding color stripes,   whitewalls, widening whitewalls, changing a raised white letters into whitewall or adding custom lettering such as  a name, logo, slogan.

How long have you been doing this? 

Since January 2015.

How is it done?

its like putting a patch on a inner tube. We buff or sand a patteren, for the size you want, on the sidewall of the tire, Then apply a liquid rubber coating (Red, Gold, Blue, White etc.) on the pattern at least 3 base coats. 

To widen existing whitewalls, we buff off the thin black rubber on top on the existing whitewall to reveal underneath to give a wider factory whitewall.

How long does it Last?

Generally the life of the tire 3 to 4 years, using our liquid rubber and is cared for as we tell you. Only use Dish Soap and water to clean and maintain your color and whitewalls. Do NOT use Armour all or any oil based products, wire brushes or anything abrasive on any color stripe or whitewall. Widened whitewall or raised letter made into a whitewall Use dish soap and water and treat as any factory whitewall.