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Old 03-03-2010, 02:28 PM   #1
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anything that can be used to help protect paint on handle of bow riser?
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Old 03-03-2010, 03:18 PM   #2
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anything that can be used to help protect paint on handle of bow riser?

Aside from keeping oily hands and mosquito repellent off of it...not much.

I had a Mathews Legacy that wore bare on just a short portion ahead of the grip. I refinished it with a couple coats of Duplicolor spray bedliner spray.

Can get it at any good Auto parts store.

Worked and looked great.
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Aside from keeping oily hands and mosquito repellent off of it...not much.

I had a Mathews Legacy that wore bare on just a short portion ahead of the grip. I refinished it with a couple coats of Duplicolor spray bedliner spray.

Can get it at any good Auto parts store.

Worked and looked great.
just wondering. a friend said you could take two ton epoxy and mix it then brush it on and blow dry it. said it worked like a charm.
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[QUOTE=terrypotts6;265534]just wondering. a friend said you could take two ton epoxy and mix it then brush it on and blow dry it. said it worked like a charm. a little scared of doing this.
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