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Painting boards, skis, ect
i was wondering what everyone uses to paint there shit with because i wanted to paint an old wakeboard, i could just throw on some spray paint but it would start coming off in the water and look pretty shitty, i want something that will look good, shiny and last, any suggestions?
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I was going to paint bindings... but it seems like it'll just chip off. Don't know how to prevent that. Anybody had success with that?
I honestly I’ve never tried it, but have you guys considered using a primer to prevent the actual paint from chipping?
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sand and a number of coats of primer, then desired number of layers of paint, then a type of clear coat
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If you just 'throw' paint on you might have trouble. I would recomend using a primer first and then SPRAYING on the paint coat. I'll bet a laytex based paint would hold up better. I"m no expert though.
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sharpie has a new kind of paint pen. they're waterproof and permanent and work really well. i did one of my surfboards in them and it's stayed on really well. theyre pens so theyre easy to control and pretty.
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theres an aritcle on painting your skis in the articles section, just search it, it nice and indef and includes pictures
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