But I'd rather live with it then spend the money. Again, work your way from the top of the rim to the bottom, using short back-and-forth strokes. The OCD in me could not live with it not quite being perfect factory, so I ended up getting a replacement for that as well. Curb Rash!!
Spray a thin layer of clear coat over the rims. Secure all seams with masking tape so that only the damaged rim is showing and the rest of the tire and car is masked. There is more chance rear wheel will hit the curb even when front wheel cleared it if you're not careful.
Use short strokes and a back-and-forth motion. February 26, 2018. If you tend to get curb rash often, buy tires with rim protectors.
Rear tires are following somewhat different arcs than you were used to for RWD cars. I have custom wheels and did that simply because I like the way it looks. Carl Thompson February 26, 2018.
Sorry for the rant, but I still cannot wrap my mind on just how... If the paint is uneven or sheer, you can apply another coat.
This is just another example that you come here to mislead useful discussions just to further your Tesla hating agenda. I have no experience with any of them, I have a feeling that is what the OP was looking for.
If you spray too much, it will drip, run, and ruin the look of your rims.
Put a small amount of paint thinner on a lint-free cloth and use it to wipe down the rims. Submitted by Bluesday Afternoon on February 25, 2018. I like the idea of buying a spare rim and tire to keep in the garage and to take along on long trips.
Alternatively, you could remove the tires from the car so you only have to mask the tire, valve stems, lug nuts, center cap, and brake pads. Lol when I dropped off my model 3 at the service center to get some faulty minor issues to be addressed, I saw several model 3s with their wheels all dinged and some scratches already on the side or front. Blue Tuesday.