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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 01-13-2009, 10:53 PM Thread Starter
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what do you guys use to clean the top of your board?

the top of my board is startin to get a little dirty. somehow got some sticky stuff on there that i cant just wipe with a wet rag. what kind of cleaner do you guys use to clean the top of your boards with?
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I use the blood of a green eyed virgin to clean the top of my board. If that fails, the urine of a castrated midget albino goat will do the trick.

Seriously though, soap and water.
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F-in windex bro and some car wax to make it shine!! lol na like he said soap and water is fine
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Soap and Water, just like you use to wash out the fromunda cheese.

You'll laugh, but to get out surface blemishes, like very light scuffs and scratches, Scratch-X works VERY well. You can get it at your local Vato Zone. It's just a paste with microfine abrasives in it, it'll shine that puppy right up, you'll be able to check your hair in it just before landing that 720 while all the chicks are watching. Nab some style points.

Worked like a charm to get off the last of the adhesive shadows (not the adhesive gum, the shadows are the cloudiness left on the topsheet once you get the adhesives off) when I changed stomp pads.

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yea definately that scratch x stuff works i tried it and i got this lil honeys number for stompin the 900 in her grill cuz! woot! super steezy
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