I’ll be changing my brake pads soon, and have a question about Carlson Quiet Glide brake clips. These sound like a good idea: the surface where the ends of the brake pads sit and slide has a layer of PTFE (Teflon) while the other side that sits on the bracket is coated with vulcanized rubber to reduce vibration and noise. This supposedly eliminates the need to grease these areas up - just snap them in place and go.
Has anyone tried these? How did they work? I’m especially interested in knowing how they have held up over the long term - months, years, if the Teflon & rubber coatings have lasted, brakes still work OK, etc.