Ending Brake Pad Squeal

Remove pads from calipers. Clean the back of the pads to remove dirt and dust. We use M.E.K. available from Lowes. Be aware this product is VERY flammable. Do not use near flame or hot surfaces. It dries fast and does not leave a residue that might prevent coatings from adhering.

After cleaning, spray or brush on a good coating of either Dics Brake Anti-squeal or Plastic/Rubber Dip Coating on the back of the pads. These coatings are available at all auto parts stores. Let dry 30 minutes. Replace pads and anti-squeal shims (if used on your car).

This will end the vibration squeal from your pads when braking. That's it.

You may need to reapply every couple of years.


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