Have an old school vintage bow on order I'd like to camo paint to cover scratches but really don't want a permanent type paint like RustOleum and remember back in the day there was a product called "Bow Dull" that came off pretty easy and left factory paint or finish okay with Termintine... I know the stuff isn't in production anymore but wondering if any products like it out there?
Are camo bow sleeves an option ? If so, there is a guy on e-bay that sells a variety of them. These aren't the old baggy type. They're a spandex type material available in a bunch of patterns. I use them all the time. A lot faster, easier, and less expensive than subjecting your bows finish to acetone.
I used 2 different colors on my bow in Spring of 2018. The grip turned back to white (bow was originally snow camo). But turned out well to me. Haven't tried taking the paint off but dont think it would be too hard if i wanted to.
I haven't seen Bow Dull in years. I have a 60's vintage Kodiak Magnum that I had sprayed with BD way back when. After 40 some years I was able to get it all off with no adverse affects to the bow. It was good stuff.