Caliper Painting is an excellent option for making your brakes shine. You can customize your brakes with the color you want. But do you know how much Caliper Painting costs? Let Ceramic Pro Auto Spa tell you more!
Everything You Should Know About Caliper Painting.
Your car’s brake calipers can rust with time, what was once silver now appears tarnished and uneven and has become brown in color. Caliper painting improves the appearance of the caliper while also protecting it from corrosion and making it easier to clean.
Painting your brake calipers provides practical benefits and improves the appearance and aesthetic of your car. The first step in the caliper painting procedure is cleaning your calipers of existing filth, rust deposits, and uneven surfaces. We will ensure that the calipers are in the best possible condition before painting. We will sand them as needed, then apply a primer coat, followed by coats of paint until the desired shade is achieved. Finally, a clear coat is sprayed to preserve the paint. Multiple coatings can be applied for enhanced protection and a glossy appearance.
How much does Caliper painting cost?
The cost depends on the time required by the specialists, the type of paint, and the color you want.
When you engage a professional to paint your brake calipers, you pay for the paint and the technician’s time to take the brake calipers out, carefully clean them of any oil and brake dust, paint and then reinstall them. The technician must take precautions to safeguard anything surrounding the caliper from overspray after taking the brake calipers from the wheels without disconnecting them from the brake line. The first coat is a primer that improves paint adhesion and provides a smooth surface before applying the paint.
What should we consider when doing caliper paint?
It is heat resistant to 900°F (482°C) intermittently and will not chip, fracture, fade, or even rust under harsh operating settings and road and weather conditions. It is simple to apply, dries quickly, and is fairly long-lasting.
In 30 minutes, it dries to the touch. Overnight drying is recommended,
before the car may be driven.
Under typical driving circumstances, the inherent heat of the brake operation will help to cure the paint.
Are Red Brake Calipers Still Popular?
Brake calipers are available in a variety of colors. They’re usually red or white, although they can be any color that complements the design and appearance of the car. Exotic automobiles, high-end wheels and rims, and pricey brakes are frequently linked with red calipers.
Caliper Painting at Ceramic Pro Auto Spa in Lancaster, PA, is a terrific choice for making your brakes more outstanding than others. Furthermore, it’s an excellent way to protect your brakes from rusting! Bring your car to Ceramic Pro Auto Spa to paint your brakes today via (717) 621-2132 or reach us at 1273 Manheim Pike / Lancaster / PA 17601!