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Clean top of board
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Is there a good way to get rid of minor scuffs/scratches to the top of
the board? I know it is just cosmetic but I'd like to keep my board
looking and functioning like new Smile
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On Nov 28, 7:40 pm, Chad <[email protected]> wrote:[color=blue]
> Is there a good way to get rid of minor scuffs/scratches to the top of
> the board? I know it is just cosmetic but I'd like to keep my board
> looking and functioning like new Smile[/color]

Actually, being a car detailing freak I have seen on car care forums
that a good cleaner wax from a name brand wax company makes a good
protective coat over the top sheet and hides deep scratches. Again, I
don't know how true this is and I really only use water and dish soap
on my board.

Maybe someone can clarify this or offer their opinion, I may try it
since the waxes I have are high end and suitable for use on my car.
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