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 Post subject: Re-finishing a Board
PostPosted: Wed Mar 21, 2007 5:43 am 
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Last August I bought a new 127 Slingshot Misfit, and if anyone here owns that board you will know that the finish on the bottom is horrible.

Anyways, scratched to hell, I would like to repaint it (just the bottom) and am wondering what type of protective finish to use?

In the next week or so Ill be painting my motorcycle fairings and would like to do my board at the same time. I'm guessing that the primer/sealer, and basecoat I'll be using will be fine but I should probably get a more durable clear coat? Or will regular automotive urethane clear work?

Thanks!


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Anyone??


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Two ways you can do this .Prep the base and use epoxy with a clear film ,once set take off the film and it should look like glass or use durasurf that u can stick on and leave for 24 hours before using .


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