Brake Fluid Flush
Brake fluid is a weird substance. It’s “Hygroscopic” meaning that it absorbs water out of the air. Leave a bottle open for more than a few hours and you might as well toss it. Your brake system is sealed to prevent the brake fluid from becoming contaminated with water, but over time it still pulls water though the rubber hoses and seals. Having water in the system causes the internal parts of the braking system to deteriorate. Plus, the water can boil causing brake failure. For this reason, we recommend completely flushing out the old brake fluid and replacing it with new brake fluid every 3 years and/or each time you get a brake job.