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Has anyone painted their calipers( with brush on paint ), if so which brand did you use and do you recommend it?

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Has anyone painted their calipers( with brush on paint ), if so which brand did you use and do you recommend it?
A coworker used this and they came out amazing


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I used Rustoleum Caliper paint......worked well, no issues 3 year later....

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whatever paint you use, surface prep is the key to a good looking and long lasting paint job . . . need to get all of the oils or whatever else is on there, off . . . I painted some remanufactured calipers about a year ago, I tried to get the oil coating off of them but apparently didn't do a good enough job and half the paint flaked off

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Clean them with brake cleaner spray. I always use engine enamel to paint my calipers. It can withstand lots of heat, and never had any flake off. You also have a lot more color choices.

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