I bought a 2005 Nissan Sentra S a few weeks ago for my new job, which involves a 150-mile round trip commute every day. It gets great gas mileage and seems to be a very well put together car. However, it is really boring to look at. So, I went on Ebay and bought a factory rear spoiler for it off of a wrecked Sentra SE-R. The spoiler is a light gold color and my car is a light charcoal gray. I need some tips on painting it. My plan is to wet sand the spoiler to remove any imperfections and to prep the paint for a coat of the proper color. Then, I want to use some of that matching OEM paint that you can find in various auto stores and just rattle can it in a paint booth. I know that using a spray can is not ideal, but since the spoiler is so small, I'm hoping to get acceptable results for the least amount of cost. If it does not go as well as I hope, I'll have to take it to a paint shop and have it sprayed. Any tips on how to get the best results? Sources for the best quality OEM paint in a can? How much would a body shop charge to respray a spoiler? Wanna kill these ads? We can help!