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This is an old topic, [u:2rg4aulq]all [/u:2rg4aulq]film dip eventually wears, and I've posted the solution before.
For those who want to keep their camo bows looking like new, the riser grip area can be after-market treated.
http://www.hydraphics.com/catalog/hydra ... p-173.html
If the film dip is blistering or peeling, that is due to inadequate prep, and is covered under warranty. Otherwise, normal wear from handling or damage by chemicals is not covered, but Mathews may stand behind the product depending on circumstances. I don't know if there is a difference in the demo bows' finish and the retail bows' finish, but my dealer told me the bows last year and this year have a 'tougher' coating, and he has seen less wear.
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