Painting Rear Wing
I had mine painted and I am sooooo happy with the results. I had a body shop do it but the prep was easy enough. they used 3M scotchbright pads to "sand" it smooth as they don't clog up like sand paper. start with the green, course one and finish with the white, fine one. then use a sealer, primer, paint and clear coat (if necessary). the paint will need to have a flex additive in it. the results are awesome, it really gives the car an updated look. I was quoted $400 to do mine at one point but I'm sure you could do better than that. let me know if there is anymore info you need and I'll do my best.
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