Originally Posted by 03BeastCharmer
Sorry for poorly describing, but I was talking about the flat surfaces that looked like they have been raked/brushed to create the grooves. I was wondering if that maintains it's "brushed" finish with extended use.
Actually, you never touch the front (driver-facing) side of the paddles. Your fingers only touch the backside to pull them towards you and engage the shift. So it's really not an issue
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