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9th October 2007 04:22 AM
Floyd Might sound daft but I use high build primer (spray).It seems as hard as anything (definitely harder than clear coatings) and you can usually find a colur to match as long as your board is off white or grey !
9th October 2007 03:54 AM
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Fixing a board - what goes over the paint?

Hi,

I just finished fixing the nose of my board following this sequence: fiberglass with epoxy, epoxy with filler, sanding, primer and epoxy paint. My question is, what can I do to protect the paint from schatches, scuffs, etc? New boards seem to have a protective coat on top of the paint, maybe polyurethane?

Thanks

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