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|Package Dimensions||9.7 x 5.8 x 3.3 inches|
|Manufacturer Part Number||0V5R0CA|
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Orange High Temperature High Gloss Self Leveling Brush On Orange G2 Brake Caliper Paint System Kit
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When investigating a good paint for my calipers a lot of people recommended G2 and showed me what it looks like after 1 and 2 years. THis is what lead to me selecting this product.
The application process for G2 Caliper paint was simple and the final results were far better than I expected them to be. I am so pleased with the results and recommend this to anyone looking add some improvements in the wheel area.
You obviously need the necessary tools to jack up your car and remove the wheels. You will need a few other things to do this job.
• latex gloves
• safety goggles
• masking tape
• wire brush
• 800 grit sand paper (if your calipers are rusted)
• lint free microfiber or shop towels to wipe up mistakes.
I’ll include a list in the description
You must clean and remove all dirt, grease, rust and debris from the areas you intend to paint using the included brake cleaner. If you chose to wash the area with soap and water first you need to be sure it’s completely dry. For this application I blew out the calipers with a leaf blower scrubbed with a wire brush and sprayed the included cleaner until I felt the surfaces were prepped.
Unless you plan on splitting the paint and activator into 2 or 4 equal batches you need to remove and prep all 4 wheels at once. Do not mix the paint until everything is ready to go.
It’s important to mention wear a pair of safety goggles when spraying the cleaner as the spay back and mist may wind up in your eyes if you are wearing regular safety glasses.
Once prepped add the included activator and stir well then wait 5 minutes before using. Once activator is added you have about 4 hours to work with the product. Applying 3 to 4 good coats at approximately 10 minutes per coat with 15 minutes between will take about that long. I chose to do all 4 calipers at once.
The kit includes
• Mixing stick
• Brake cleaner
The brush provided is adequate for the job, just be sure to keep an eye on it and remove any strands that my appear loose so they don’t wind up trapped in the paint. I was able to do the full job with the brush provided and get great results.
You may want to mask off any areas near your painting surface
Get comfortable, painting takes a while about 10 minutes per wheel, more if you have a larger area. During the first coat the paint is a bit wet so apply lite coats and keep an eye out for drips.
What I found was after a few minutes on the caliper the paint thickens, if you try to touch up these Ares it feels like you are peeling up the paint. Don’t be tempted to touch up these areas this stuff coats really well on the 3rd coat filling in all brush strokes and flaws.
The first coat for me looked very uneven.
Wait at least 15 minutes between coats since each caliper took me 10 minutes I just kept going around the car. The 2nd coat can be a little thicker and in some areas it feels like the brush is sticking to the previous coat. I found that more paint on the brush helped prevent this. And again don’t be tempted to touch up an area save it for the next coat. Keep an eye on the brush for stay strands.
By the 3rd coat the paint is much thicker now, you also need to apply a wet coats to fill in any flaws. This paint self levels you can see the results in about 5 minutes. I followed up with a 4th coat just to fill in any areas that were less than perfect.
Remember it’s recommended to wait 2 hours from your last coat before putting your wheels back on and 24 hours before driving
It expired based on shelf life less than 2 months after my purchase. What a rip off! Bad business practices. The paint came out like water color after all my work prepping and painting. Now I need to do it all over again with a different product. BEWARE.