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Re: paint for brake calipers and drums
What I'd be tempted to do, would be to apply a coat of smoothrite first, then follow-up with this.
That way, you get more protection from what you'd get from an aerosol alone, but also get to paint it in a colour closer to what you want.
You would be advised to give it a few days between stages to allow the smoothrite a chance to harden, before light keying.
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