Our rear brake disc has been becoming more and more burnished smooth over time from use. While it still stops ok, it's just not as crisp as when new.
The braking surface on the disc has been burnished to be almost polished.
I did some work on the the rear brake last week, including giving the pads a good scrub and wash with Brakleen. This definitely perked up the pads, removing all the fine dist and residues. The disc too was wiped down using Brakleen.
While the brake was better today it was nothing spectacular.
So I was curious if anyone has a good method for adding some texture back into the disc. My initial thoughts are to run a DA sander across it a few times.
Any ideas or thoughts.