Caliper Painting Kit

Clean, Prep, & Paint Brake Calipers

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Dress Up Your Calipers! Nothing ruins the appearance of a sharp set of wheels like dirty, corroded calipers lurking from behind. Now dress up those steel or aluminum calipers with a super-tough durable finish using the POR-15 Caliper Painting Kit. Our new caliper paint is beautiful in appearance, and strong enough to withstand the punishment of road debris and temperature extremes, and it looks terrific on any car or truck. Then, whenever your calipers get covered with dirt and brake dust, clean them with anything you like; our brake caliper paint system will stand up to just about anything.

POR-15 Caliper Painting Kit has everything you need to clean, prep, and paint your calipers. POR-15 Caliper Paint has excellent coverage properties, brilliant ceramic-like colors, and withstands temperatures up to 350°F.


  • 8oz POR-15 Cleaner Degreaser
  • 8oz POR-15 Metal Prep
  • 4oz POR-15 Rust Preventive
  • 4oz POR-15 Caliper Paint
  • Latex Gloves
  • 2 Paint Applicators
  • Detailed Instructions and Tips

POR-15 Caliper Painting Kit Directions
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Before POR-15 Caliper Painting Kit

After POR-15 Caliper paint

After POR-15 Caliper Painting Kit

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Customer Reviews

Based on 25 reviews
Brian Michiaels

First coat of the color was perfect, when I applied the second coat (per diections) it left streaks and bubbles not quite the finish I was expecting

Michael Chembars
Look amazing, feel durable as heck!

The painting took quite awhile, but once it was done according to their instructions, my calipers looked amazing! I've been on the road with them for awhile, and they're stunning and holding up perfectly well so far! Thank you!

Jeffrey Wischmann

Have not had time to use it yet.

Agustin Torres
Easy to Use & Nice Finish

Got the caliper paint kit to work on my car. The kit has everything you need to get the job done. Patience is the key working with this kit as it has many steps in the process but easy enough for the everyday DIY'er. Great shiny paint at the end of the job. Tip: Use foam brushes thru the whole process. The bristle brush does not fit well in this project.

Old Farm Boy
waiting for warmer weather

Up here in northern Il. it's too cold to paint the brake calipers yet maybe some time in late April

Step 1: Remove all four wheels from vehicle. Calipers don’t need to be removed. Don’t remove brake line.

Step 2: Clean surfaces to be painted with POR-15 Cleaner Degreaser. Spray on the cleaner and brush the dirt, grease and grime with a small scrub brush or toothbrush. Wear protective gloves and glasses when cleaning your calipers. Read directions on POR-15 Cleaner Degreaser container before using.

Step 3: Rinse cleaned caliper thoroughly with water and dry with clean towel. Now apply POR-15 Metal Prep and keep surface wet for 20 minutes and then wash off POR-15 Metal Prep with water and dry thoroughly.

Step 4: Mask off the areas not to be painted. Tape off the brake bleeder screw, brake lines, and caliper piston boots and anything else you don’t want painted.

Step 5: Open the small can of POR-15 Rust Preventive Coating and stir, making sure the contents are thoroughly mixed. Using a foam brush (included in your kit) paint the caliper evenly, making sure the coating is evenly applied but not to the point where the paint runs. Because this is a rust preventive coating you want to be sure you don’t miss any spots which could rust later if not covered.

Step 6: When the POR-15 Rust Preventive Coating is just dry to the touch, with slight finger-drag remaining, normally in the 2-5 hour range, it’s ready for the POR-15 Caliper Paint to be applied. Open the can of POR-15 Caliper Paint, stir thoroughly, and apply the first coat in thin but even strokes. When the first coat is dry (3 -4 hours), apply a second coat to achieve a beautiful ceramic-like finish.

These products should only be handled when wearing latex gloves, eye protection, and NOSHA approved respirator. Always work in a well ventilated area.