Along with the development of automotive technology in recent years, the search for alternative compositions for brake pads has also increased. Composition is expected to be produced from alternative dusts as well as performance of the many brake pads that contain dust. In alternative dusts, being environmentally friendly and having low cost are the most important factors. In this study borax tobacco and wollastonite were used in our country with high reserves. Water and oil absorption behavior of brake fluid samples produced with alternative dusts has been tested. The results obtained are compared with commercial brake linings used as references. The hardness values of the samples immersed in water decreased more than the samples immersed in the oil. Less hardness change was observed in the samples using wollastonite as additive. The density values of the borax-added brake pads are closer to the reference brake pad. The weight change observed in the wollastonite-added brake pads was obtained at values close to the commercial brake pads sample.