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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 01-21-2009, 02:28 PM Thread Starter
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Chipped the corner of my board - - is it ok???

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ouch... id definitely get that looked at.
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Easy fix. Get some 2-part epoxy, mix it up, and slather it over the chip. Wait for it to set most of the way, then take some sand paper or a file, and sand it smooth.

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Easy fix. Get some 2-part epoxy, mix it up, and slather it over the chip. Wait for it to set most of the way, then take some sand paper or a file, and sand it smooth.

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my board actually fell over the other day. it isnt that bad. the edge is kind of messed up a little and i can run my fingernail down in between one of the layers of the board..should i use the same thing? or will a small amount of super glue or somethin work?
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Coudn't hurt... I'm gonna make a trip to Lowe's on my break.
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my board actually fell over the other day. it isnt that bad. the edge is kind of messed up a little and i can run my fingernail down in between one of the layers of the board..should i use the same thing? or will a small amount of super glue or somethin work?
I would use epoxy rather than super glue. Super glue gets brittle when it's cold.
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same thing happened to my wifes board but the edge is dented in :-/ I'm going to take it to a shop to see how much it would be to get it repaired, but if it's expensive I'll just epoxy it.
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