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the process

Our colour-whitewall service can be applied to most Cars, Light Trucks, Caravans, Trailers, Motorbikes, Ride on Mowers, Mobility Scooters. Call your local operator to discuss options to suit your vehicle.


the pricing

A set of four wheels: From just $25 per tyre for a standard application. Combinations of colour and or widths extra. There may be a variation in price depending on the tyres - your operator will confirm once tyres have been sighted. In some instances hard tyre compounds will require extra prep work and will incur an extra charge depending on time involved. Unfortunately this can not be confirmed prior to commencement.


the fine print

Our coating system, (exclusive to Whitewalltyres.co.nz) can be applied to NEW tyres. When applied to NEW tyres they WILL experience discolouring of the whitewall initially, but, in time, with regular cleaning and as more travel is done on the tyres the colour will return. The appearance will not be as when first applied, more like aged genuine factory whitewalls, which many people prefer. If after 3000ks of travel have been completed and the colour is not to your liking they can be re-coated for 20% off the initial cost.

If discolouring is an issue (can be unsightly), then it is recommended that tyres have at least 3000kms of travel before application.

Process requires surface preparation of the sidewall of the tyre to enable adequate adhesion of the coating. This in no way damages the structural integrity of the tyre.

Wheels remain on the vehicle during application. Motorbikes however must have the wheels removed for the application.

It is usually okay to drive home right away but we then recommend leaving for at least 24 hours to cure.

Scuffing / kerbing of tyres will damage Whitewalls. Slight damage can be fixed by lightly wiping area with thinners.

Dressing tyres with silicone based products is not recommended as this will yellow the whitewall, this applies also for factory whitewalls.

Colours are able to be mixed, so almost any colour can be produced