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stickies etc

i still ride one of my decks thats a few years old and wanted to give it a bit of a face lift. i got a sh!t load of stickers and such to cover the board from rail to rail, tip to toe. I was wondering if anyone had any ideas on how to protect the stickers from delamination when exposed to the weather. I was thinking about trying some poly-something-or-other (cant remember what its called) used to fill holes in surf boards. Its some toxic stuff to work with so I figure its strong, was wondering if anyone had any other suggestions?
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A quality Clearcoat maybe?
post #3 of 6 (permalink) Old 01-04-2009, 08:34 PM
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clearcoat what? i work in the construction industry and there are countless clear coats out there. a clear coat laquor? a clear coat deck sealant? a clear coat poly?, a clear coat epoxy? ive tried a clear coat polyurethane already over printed pictures and 4 coats didnt hold up to more than an hour or two of boarding.
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The word(s) you are looking for is/are polyester resin.

Although I don't know if it would work in preventing stickers from peeling.

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what about a clear vinyl that you could put over the whole board, then put the holes back in for the bindings...

i use to make stickers for a trucks ect ect, and we have a clear vinyl, or you could use the clear film the can put on the front of cars to stop stone chips... i think 3M makes that stuff
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what about a clear vinyl that you could put over the whole board, then put the holes back in for the bindings...

i use to make stickers for a trucks ect ect, and we have a clear vinyl, or you could use the clear film the can put on the front of cars to stop stone chips... i think 3M makes that stuff
that sounds like one idea for sure. where would i get something like this?
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