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Anti-seize isn't actually the product you are looking for, it's designed to keep threads from seizing, not to lubricate parts that are moving often. What you want is an actual brake lubricant that will stay on the parts and not get rubbed off or dry out. There are a load of fully synthetic specialist brake greases, I'd recommend one of those, or a marine ...


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Besides the already provided answer to use grease instead of anti-seize: If the car has a manual transmission, do not pull the parking brake up as hard as you can. Pull it up lightly and leave the car in gear. Periodically walk up to the vehicle when it's parked and move the parking brake handle through its full range of motion a few times to re-lubricate ...


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