Shiny looks great and is easy to do, just good 600 wet sanding prep, then dry dustless warm garage, doors closed, final damp paper cloth finish after warm water wash with detergent, hairdryer dry,final damp paper cloth, then new dry garage paper just before spraying with gloss black, after 3 light sprays check for any surface reaction to the paint, air holes in the carbon can play havoc with the finish as can transfers that have been rubbed down to the sticker, if no reaction then leave over night and finish surface with 800 wet paper 3 light coats again leave for 15mins and repeat the 3 light coats.
always spray a little paint against a sheet of cardboard before hitting the wing surface, shake the can well before each coat. leave the area carefully, keep doors and windows shut an hour before spraying and for 12 hrs after.
for a much better matt finish then use 600 wet paper with a wet cloth or wet sponge/foam block between your hand and the wet sanding paper, use long front to back strokes, with light pressure only, after each double pass from one end to the other, stop, clean surface with wet cloth and dry with garage paper, inspect surface for where you may have missed and for surface finish.
I have found that the best results are achieved before the paint has fully hardened/cured, around 12-18 hrs after the final spraying.
it is amazing the difference this matt finish makes, not a shimmie, shake or vibration, nothing, brilliant!
with this matt finish you will be shocked if you or any one else ever touches the matt finish, a finger print will be visible or a faint smear, skin oil,
the enemy of faultless water flow over the working surfaces, god forbid if anyone is wearing sun oil and runs their hands over the surfaces.
I am having fun customising my moses matt finish wings at the moment, see below.
Or the shiny gloss version below before matting down