Right then. Done.
And I've got tips for utter dummies like me. I have sacrificed myself at the alter of learning so you can avoid the mistakes I made (see below)
I used the Foliatec brake caliper set. Here's what I learnt.
1. Get it done! They look blindingly good. I mean my wife liked them so much I think it'll be my lucky night tonight. Seriously. Get it done (If you do, before you ask. No you can't have my missus)
2. The instructions are naff. They've put it straight into Goolge translate and the results are not good. German doesn't translate well into English via Google translate. Watch the video on their homepage instead.
3. When mixing the paint. Shake the paint well before opening and then stir it. Slap the hardener straight into the paint jug. You don't need a separate mug. Plenty of room in there and you can seal it tight for later use on the back calipers.
4. Don't paint them in the cold (takes ages to dry)
5. Take your time. I slapped it on thick and heavy. It's a good thing I didn't become a painter. Left plenty of streaks and thingies at close inspection.
6. If it all looks a bit Picasso with a hangover at first, don't let that bother you, once the second coating is on and it's dry and you've placed the wheel. It'll still look great.
7. Get the decals. Please get the decals. Without the decals it looks a little too chav. (see photos)
8. Wait at least 24 hours to put the decals. I put them on way too early and was forced to play fix the paint once the decal is on. You don't want to do that! At very close inspection you can now see the results.
Anyway. Hope that helps. All in all a brilliant result even if the paint wasn't put on as even as I'd have liked (the paint's fault you understand, not the painter's... of course) and I made a little booboo with the decals.
Did I mention? Get it done. You'll love it. My car looks blimin' new!