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Caliper Paint

POR-15 42506 Silver Brake Caliper Paint - 8 fl. oz.


  • $15.48


  • Remove all four wheels from vehicle. Calipers don’t need to be removed. Don’t remove brake line.
  • Clean surfaces to be painted with POR-15 Caliper Cleaner. Spray on the cleaner and brush out dirt and grime with a small scrub brush and toothbrush. Wear protective gloves and glasses when cleaning your calipers.
  • Wash cleaned caliper thoroughly with water and dry with clean towel. Now spray on POR-15 Caliper Prep and keep surface wet for 10 minutes. Then wash off caliper prep with water and dry thoroughly.
  • Mask off the area not to be painted.
  • Using a foam brush (included in your kit) paint the caliper evenly, making sure the coating is evenly applied but not to the point where the paint runs.
Step 1: Remove wheels from vehicle. Step 2: Clean surfaces to be painted. Step 3: Wash cleaned caliper thoroughly with water and dry with clean towel. Now spray on POR-15 Caliper Prep and keep surface wet for 10 minutes. Then wash off caliper prep with water and dry thoroughly. Step 4: Mask off the area not to be painted. Step 5: Open the small can of POR-15 Rust Preventive Paint and stir, making sure the contents are thoroughly mixed. Using a foam brush, paint the caliper evenly, making sure the coating is evenly applied but not to the point where the paint runs. Step 6: When your POR-15 coating is just dry to the touch, open your can of POR-15 Caliper Paint, stir thoroughly, and apply the first coat in thin but even strokes. When the first coat is dry (3 – 4 hours), apply a second coat to achieve a beautiful ceramic-like finish.

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