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Damaged your board, what to do and does it matter?

So I went snowboardning this weekend, and found that some of my boards upper layer, detached from the second layer, it's not the whole layer, just a 2 cm piece that broke loose. Does it matter?
can I just super glue it?
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Use epoxy. Get it at your local hardware store. It very common and has happened to a number of my boards. It doesn't really effect the boards ride so I wouldn't worry about it too much.
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just to make it clear so we're talking about the same stuff cause I'm a bit confused
It's not under the board, but on the upper side, I'm just worried about the pop and woodcore.
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just to make it clear so we're talking about the same stuff cause I'm a bit confused
It's not under the board, but on the upper side, I'm just worried about the pop and woodcore.
Get some 24 hour curing clear epoxy and use a small amount to glue it back and let it sit for a few days to cure. Dont use super glue it will just fall apart again.

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just to make it clear so we're talking about the same stuff cause I'm a bit confused
It's not under the board, but on the upper side, I'm just worried about the pop and woodcore.
you need to fix it as soon as possible so that water doesn't get in there - that would be a disaster and could total your board.

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Yep top of your board. Get some epoxy and use that. The epoxy I use comes in 2 tubes and you mix it together to form the compound. Slip some in there and press it together with a vice and let it set for a day or two.
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I'm gonna go snowboarding this saturday, so if I put it on tomorrow do you think it will last?
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Epoxy? It should dry withing 48 hours.
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okay thanks, I'll try it.
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