The Fine Print

Caliper Painting

Price based on bringing your caliper into Safe R Brakes already removed from the vehicle. Additional cost for Safe R Brakes to remove and re-install the calipers $100 for two and $150 for four (incl GST). 

Safe R Brakes will install a new set of hydraulic seals upon reassembly after powder coating. Any further reconditioning of the caliper that may be required will be at additional cost.

Safe R Brakes reserves the right to refuse to powder coat a caliper if it is in poor condition and in need of comprehensive overhaul.

Please note that Safe R Brakes thoroughly prepares each caliper and uses the best quality coatings. However, because of the harsh environment cali- pers operate in (heat, road dirt, stone impacts etc) no guarantee is provided as to the durability of the coating.

On receipt, Safe R Brakes will carefully strip the sensitive components out of the calipers and prepare the caliper for powder coating. This includes a thor- ough cleaning followed by shot blasting. Good preparation is key for a quality powder coating job.

The other key to a quality job is using the finest coating materials and technol- ogies. In this case the latest Industrial Grade powder coatings.

Please note that the calipers will be dismantled prior to preparation and coat- ing. Safe R Brakes will install a new set of hydraulic seals on reassembly and this is included in the price. Should further reconditioning of the caliper be re- quired then this will be at additional cost. Safe R Brakes reserves the right to refuse to powder coat a caliper if it is in poor condition and in need of compre- hensive overhaul.

Care and Maintenance

Brake calipers operate in a harsh environment. They are subject to a number of extremes such as brake heat, stone impacts and general road dirt. Safe R Brakes powder coated calipers should require no special care or attention.

However the following recommended care and cleaning programme will max- imise the life and appearance of your powder Coated Coloured calipers.

  • Keep clean and remove any loose deposits using with a wet sponge

  • Use a soft brush and a mild detergent to remove dust, dirt and any de-

    posits on a regular basis

  • Do not use solvents such as thinners, petrol

  • Do not use abrasives such as steel wool, scrapers, scouring liquids

  • Immediately wipe up any brake fluid that may have got onto the caliper