Dear all, I found a…cosmetic damage to my loved Dunlop Max 200G, and I wonder if it might be possible to do something on the matter.. (fear not..); I have collected vintage rackets for some years and this one was one I was (am) most proud of : one of the first versions, with black/gold Dunlop grip, still sealed. I bought it with a full cover from a later version; I, then, found an earlier new cover, a ¾ length one, I thought It was the right one for it.. This racket has stayed in a closet for some months (inside cellophane), vertical, alongside of other frames (without too much pressure) Yesterday, I decided to have a look at it, after some time – I collect other sport items now.. -, and I discovered that the frame is no more in the original …matt black finish; if you look at it at a certain …light angle, it is all…striped, with the original matt black replaced by more…glossy, even slightly…sticky parts; I may assume it happened due to the contact / pressure with the inside of the cover (which is of a kind of velvet/flock material), that should be meant to…protect it..! (The green ang gold markings / lines are still pristine) Do everyone think – as I fear – that I can only keep the frame as it is? No chances of any …restoration?