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24th January 2010 08:35 AM
Mike T Baldy
Did you mean roll on uv Epoxy resin or Polyester resin? Because I don't think it's a good idea to coat the board with polyester resin it won't bond well to epoxy. Also you might want to take a look at this product.
http://www.paddlesurfwarehouse.com/m...le-boards.html or use the stuff Remi said, a friend of mine has used it and it worked well for him I think he said he did two or three boards with the two part kit. good luck. Cheers. Michael
21st January 2010 04:53 PM
Remi Hi Badly,

I use the Nautix one to fix this problem and is perfect.

Hope this help

All the best
21st January 2010 04:13 PM
mark h Hi Baldy
Not sure about the sugar thing, but you can get spray on and roll on re-grip products that would probably be better that sugar

Plenty of choice around, here's one link to Gunsails version:

http://www.windsurfer.co.uk/paintapplication.htm
21st January 2010 12:53 PM
baldy
Regripping 2006 Isonic

G'Day
just bought a 2nd hand 2006 Isonic 115 and the decks a bit on the slippery side. Thought i'd re do the deck the usual way - wash clean with acetone, mask up area and then roll on a thin coat of polyester resin (UV stable) then sprinkle with sugar.
Any comments or advice?
I've recently done my old Windtech this way with good results but i'd completely stripped that back and repainted it. With the Isonic i'll be leaving what grip there is left and adding to it.

Cheers

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