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Major shortcoming of all disc brake systems, thin film of water on disc quickly turns to gas, water vapor, on brake application and "lifts" the pads from the rotor surface. Basically the reason many brake rotors come from the factory either cross-drilled or slotted.

The best procedure is to apply the brakes lightly before your get to the point of needing them to dry them out. Assuming the need for braking is predictable.

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