Hey Fuck Face. You mentioned wax and thought it was possible you were talking about painting the bottom of your board. I didn't assume you were stupid. I simply asked a question. Now I'm not going to tell you how to get a good paint job on the top of your board. Which is possible and not a terrible idea.
you're an idiot
I wouldn't recommend waxing your top sheet before you paint it as the paint won't bond very well and the wax will eventually come off with the paint on top of it...
If i where to paint the top of my board i would probably sand the entire area you want to paint just enough to rough it up`so the paint will stick better. Then paint the area with a primer sealer and let it dry for around a day. Then paint your design or just solid color on and let that dry then finish it off with a clear coat to add some shine and protect the paint.
you are too, never did he mention waxing his topsheet
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