Originally Posted by ddellwo
I like the look of the matte black paint. In fact, I'd like to do the spolier on my Mustang that way, but question how difficult it is to keep it looking good over the course of time? Do you just wax it like your normal clearcoat paint, or is there some other sort of maintenance regimen?
If you had the paint done at, say 70%, you'd apply wax as usual. It might initially give it a bit of a sheen, but over time would remain constant. I chose the gloss because I can't stand the line that inevitably forms between the flat black and the gloss. It just collects wax and shows a white line. When I had my hood done, the entire hood was coated in two coats of clear. You can't feel the change from blue to black.
'05 Sonic Blue GT w/ '07 V8 engine, 5-sp, IUP, Beige leather interior, nothing else -
just the way I wanted it.
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