|30th November 2010, 03:57 AM||#1|
Join Date: Apr 2009
Location: Montréal (PQ) CANADA
repairing fin n board in off-season
I purchased some Marine-Tex as suggested here --> http://windsurfingmag.com/features/2...the-right-way/
I had also read somewhere that marine putty could be used to repair minor dings n scrapes on the board. The thing is, these products cost total about $50 - must be that marine thing :-) Can Marine-Tex be used on the board too ?
Or is marine putty a safer alternative ??
thx in advance
joe windsurfer @ 100 kg
2006 AHD type-F FF 160/79cm, 2002 BIC Techno Formula, 2000 Fanatic BEE 124 LTD + Mistral Equipe I LCS
HSM Fire 6.3, Gaastra Flow 3x 7.0, TR-6 8.4, TR4 10.0
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|6th December 2010, 08:48 AM||#3|
Join Date: Aug 2010
Location: Dallas, TX
I use marine-tex on my old dings and/or cracks. Sand the area down so it will stick. Put thin duck tape in the areas where you don't want that stuff clinging to the board, rinse or clean with acetone, and putty away.
Be sure to take the tape off before it dries.
Then use razors to shave the clumps down, sand it to make it smooth. Spray paint over if the color is ugly.
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