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Excess Spray Sealant on rotors and such.



I think I know this answer already but I would like to get some buy in from Dylan or others, if you are using spray sealant on wheels and excess product gets on the rotors or pads would that cause any issue with brake performance? I feel like I should assume excess would burn off the first time you hit the brakes but I'm still curious if we should be extra careful.



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If spray sealant could withstand the friction and heat generated by brakes we'd have really created something crazy. LOL


You should be fine... just the act of braking a little as you back out of the garage or hit your brakes to slow down will be more than enough to kill any excess sealant that gets on there.

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