This might be a stupid question to some, so excuse my ignorance.
I was wondering, if carbon arrows have a "shelf life" so to speak. I noticed while flexing some of my GT's that some seem to physically feel more stiff than others, yet they are all 5575's.
I know the fibers are bonded with an adhesive, and was curious if the adhesive actually breaks down over time.
I leave my arrows in the garage.(bow stays inside) I wondered if heat had an affect on them too?
I did search and came up with moot. Though I did hear some speculate using acetone to clean arrows can break down the bond that holds fibers together.