Totally a non-performance related question, but seeing as @TheStevenLewis is on here and this is probably / hopefully right in his wheel house (excuse the pun) I thought I’d ask.
I have a set of Lightbicycle rims in UD that are Matte finished. They look great but are just a little too Matte for my liking and don’t really match the finish of my new frame. I didn’t go for the glossy finish as LBs gloss finish tends to be super extra glossy which I don’t really like. I was wanting more of an Enve rim semi-gloss finish.
My question is; is there a product I can use to add some level of gloss to the rims that will stay put for a reasonable amount of time? I don’t really want to take to a painter etc in case they stuff it up. So far I’ve bombed them with Juice Lubes, Bike Juice polish which gives me the desired look but I know if probably will only last a few rides. These are disc rims so there is no issue with contaminating the brake track too