I had my last mountain bike Ride Wrapped.
As someone up there mentioned, some edges have started to lift, it's got a few rips/scratches from crashes and rock impacts, it's got a bad rip on the head tube from putting it on a NS Rack, and another one from a supposed "no touch" rack where the adjacent bikes brake lever scratched the other side of the headtube.
The bikes about 18 months old and looks a mess. I'm hoping that the wrap has actually worked though, and I'll remove it prior to selling the bike and it should be pristine 🤞😁
Not sure I'd bother getting another bike ride wrapped but I've used the Lordco 3M tape in the past and would (probably) just use that again.
Oh, and I usually give both my mountain and road bikes a quick hose down after every muddy ride. Takes about 60 seconds! Then quickly dry it off with an old tee-shirt and wipe the drive train over with a shop towel.
Makes it a lot more pleasant to handle if I need to do some work or even just handle from locker to car.
(I generally just hose off the road bike in winter as road grime is much harder to remove that dirt, and I'm not sure what long term damage road salt does to carbon or Di2)