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How to deglaze rotors?

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Both my front and rear rotors are glazed badly. I've read different things and tried sanding with a small sander, but it took a really long time and the glaze came back, I assume because I didn't fully get rid of the previous glaze..

 

I rather not pay someone to bead blast them. What's the best way otherwise? Should I sand the pads too?

 

http://www.brushresearch.com/brushes.php?c1=6  $45, worth the money?

 

http://www.amazon.com/Brush-Research-Flex-Hone-Rotors-Medium/dp/B007INTE3Q cheaper on amazon

Edited by Spawn_X

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You can use that on a die grinder: http://www.amazon.com/3M-07486-Scotch-Brite-Surface-Conditioning/dp/B000B91090/ref=sr_1_3?s=industrial&ie=UTF8&qid=1392481595&sr=1-3&keywords=roloc

 

I'm not sure you can permanently get rid of it.

 

Measure your rotors thickness

 

Sand your pads. You should use sintered metal brake pads

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