Friday, August 04, 2006


The board was in a pretty poor state of repair.
The tail had been chopped off and the foam was exposed. There was a large delam on the deck toward the tail. Caused by the ding on the deck to the right of the stringer letting water in. This board was being ridden up until the restoration. So it had absorbed a lot of water. Particularly in the tail and under the deck delam. The rails were covered in dings. These were repaired and a pigment coat was applied to the trim lines, top and bottom. The tail was rebuilt and the delam on the deck was re bonded. New yellow pigment coats were added to cover the repairs. New black pinlines were added. Then the board was glossed. And finally polished.

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