All the products that you all are mentioning are going to cause the spoiler to look more shiny than matte. The OP wants the area to look original again. Sadly, that is not possible unless you repaint the entire thing. Once you buff on a matte finish, the heat and friction generated from the buffing pad and compound is going to cause the finish to shine. That's what polishing does, it makes stuff shine. The only thing that you can do now is either replace or paint the lip, or shine the entire thing in order to make it look uniform. Once you remove a matte finish, you can't bring it back without a repaint. That spot will always be more shiny than the rest of the lip.
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Last edited by Junkman2008; 08-12-2012 at 06:22 AM.