Features of Caliper Spray Paint
- Durable & superior high gloss formulation specifically designed for disk brakes.
- Brake dust resistant.
- Stops Rust Formula.
- Resists oil, gas, grease, rust, road salt, humidity & solvents.
- Resists temperatures up to 482 °C.
- Any-angle spray technology.
- Comfort-tip spray nozzle.
NOTE: For best result, use Rust-Oleum Caliper Cleaner to clean caliper.
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How to Apply Caliper Spray Paint?
Ideal Conditions To Spray
Use outdoors or in a well ventilated area such as an open garage. Apply when temperature is between 50-90ºF (10-32ºC) and humidity is below 85% to ensure proper drying.
Clean the brake calipers with Rust-Oleum Caliper Cleaner (251597) and follow all directions accordingly. Brake dust may contain asbestos. Remove all loose brake dust with a HEPA type vacuum and wear NIOSH approved respiratory protection. Mask off the surrounding area prior to painting. Cover the brake bleeder screws, brake lines and caliper piston boots with the enclosed masking tape. NOTE: Do not use compressed air to clean calipers as it could increase your risk to air-borne asbestos.
Stir can contents thoroughly before application. Apply paint to the caliper or drum in thin, even strokes using the enclosed brush to cover the entire surface. For the best appearance, apply 2-3 coats waiting 5 minutes between coats. Recoat after 24 hours if needed.
Properties of Rust-Oleum Caliper Spray Paint
|Recommended Dry Film
Thickness (DFT) per Coat
|3.0-4.0 mils (75-100µ)|
|Practical Coverage at Recommended
DFT (assumes 15% material loss)
|8-10 sq. ft./can|
|Dry Times at 70-80F
(21-27°C) and 50% Relative Humidity
|2-4 hours to touch and 24 hours to fully dry|
|Resin Type||Modified Alkyd|
|Solvents||Stoddard Solvent Blend|
|Flash Point||104ºF (40ºC)|
|Shelf Life||5 Years|
|Safety Information||For additional information, see MSDS|
|Technical Data Sheet||Click here|