I'm thinking of getting my Look KG241 frame repainted in the next few months and read somewhere that the clear top coat needs an ultraviolet inhinbitor, presumably to prevent any structural degradation due to over-exposure to sunlight. Is this compulsory or overkill on the part of cautious owners? The cynic in me thinks that the British weather (though it's been a cracking weekend) might render this less of an issue than in sunnier areas.....
Thanks in advance for advice.
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