Ceramic PAINTED CALIPERS
Painting your brake calipers has functional benefits in addition to upgrading your ride’s style. As calipers age, they accumulate difficult to remove brake dust and road dirt. Worse still, calipers can rust overtime. During the painting process, we’ll clean off existing grime, rust deposits and uneven surfaces in the finish, ensuring your brake parts are in the best condition possible before painting. Furthermore, a fresh coat of paint will help protect your calipers against future rust, and makes them easier to clean, keeping them looking fresh and new, longer.
Powder Coating Provides better performance against corrosion, fading, chipping, scratching, and has Capabilities for thicker and specialty finishes. It’s also more durable than most other options. When it cures, the powder will form chemical bonds in the process while creating a flexible, durable finish. It's tough. It looks great. And it lasts a long, long time.
Paint Correction which is also called “paint restoration” is the process of removing imperfections sometimes referred to as "swirl marks" or “water spots”. It is a labor-intensive process with many steps that can lead to near perfect paint. A paint correction is often a required first step before a car is able to be protected by a ceramic coating. The overall benefit of a paint correction is to restore the paint, often to the best condition possible.