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Exclamation Rust on board edges

This past season i bought a brand new rome garage rocker snowboard. The last time i went snowboarding was late february. My snowboard has sat in my room since then. Just today i moved it down to my basement and discovered rust on the metal edges of the board. Mainly on the tail of the board. Since the board has been sitting for months, is it too late to remove the rust? Is my new board ruined? I was reading that you can use brillo pads or sand paper to remove the rust, but im not sure if it's too late.

Please help! thanks!
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oh man, you fucked up. it's ruined. throw it out.
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Lol troll? What i am asking is if the rust is just superficial or has it penetrated deep into the metal by now, not if i needed a whole new board. I know that if worst comes to worst, i can get new edges.
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Just sand it off. It'll probably come off with the scrub power of a 1yr old baby. In the time it took you to post this you would have had it shining
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Thanks for the reply. I'm new to snowboarding so i just wanted to be sure. I will go ahead and try it now
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Lol troll? What i am asking is if the rust is just superficial or has it penetrated deep into the metal by now, not if i needed a whole new board. I know that if worst comes to worst, i can get new edges.
No you can't, just get new edges without compromising the integrity of the board. Edge repair is most effective when replacing up to 1.5". You have surface rust, if you care take a gummi to it, then wax the edges to protect from moisture if you're going to leave it in the basement. If you don't care the rust will come off your first day of riding.

Do not use sand paper!

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I know that if worst comes to worst, i can get new edges.
Really...??? I didn't know this is possible, i have 3 boards that have loads of rust on, i thought i would have to throw them in the bin...

I do the same very year, throw boards away that have rusted...


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I know that if worst comes to worst, i can get new edges.


oh? you know that do you?

go get new edges put in your snowboard then you little tard.

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I'm buying Lib-tech edges for all my boards in 5 meters pack. This makes all my boards magne-traction and board goes faster )))
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oh? you know that do you?

go get new edges put in your snowboard then you little tard.

Hey look everyone we have an internet tough guy. Must be a loser with no life. I'm a newbie asking a question and you come into the thread trolling. No need for that. Don't you have better things to do? Well now that i see this forum is full of nothing but useless trolls, i will make my departure. Fuck you all haha
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