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Can I refinish a K2 WWW P-Tex Top Sheet?

My 2010 K2 WWW has bunch of scrapes and cuts from cutting decals and other boards slicing it on the top sheet and was wondering if there is a way to refinish it since it is made of P-tex? Any advice would be great!
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Why didn't you use a heat gun or blow dryer to get the stickers off?

Epoxy is the only fixer upper for this imo

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Why didn't you use a heat gun or blow dryer to get the stickers off?

Epoxy is the only fixer upper for this imo
The cuts are from putting the decals on and trimming them etc. not from taking them off. Oh well I guess I can just leave it the way it is.
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It's ptex just go get a black candle and drip it in I've done it before to the WWW.


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