It looks nice. Just like a OEM spoiler. And for 40$, you really can't lose.
I do a lot of painting, especially exterior, and i couldn't have said that better myself.You can paint anything well, just depends on the prep work and skill. Read up on painting websites and just use your spray paint can.
A few pointers:
-Sand the piece down with 400 then 600 wetsand to add some bite to the primer.
-Hang it up in the best dust free area you can make.
-Tack cloth is your friend.
-Spray light even coats, let dray spray more until covered.
-Let it dry in the sun for a few hours then wetsand it with 2000 very lightly until you get the orange peel down.
-Respray since you will probably go into the paint too much. and let dry for a few hours
-Clear coat using the same method. When you wetsand you want only a milky water, if you get red you need to respary your clear.
-Buff and polish and done.
clear coat is a must..
if you can find SEM product near paint supply(especially for car) ,SEM clearcoat gives you shiness plus it is catalyzing clear coat which actually protect paint.
don't get U-POL, they looks cool and spray good but it is very expensive and you are paying 90% of propellent(m i spelled correctly..)and only 10% of actual paint.
if bodyshop can make mixed paint and put it into spraycan, then ask them for clear coat as well, they might using PPG paint, then same paint/clear from same company matches well.